H-E-B recalls certain baked goods over salmonella concerns

- H-E-B grocery stores have issued a recall Friday for several bakery products made with ingredients from Valley Milk Products because of a potential salmonella contamination.

The voluntary recall come after the Food and Drug Administration discovered traces of salmonella bacteria in certain Valley Milk Products items during a routine test, according to the H-E-B news release.

While no illnesses have been reported from the products, H-E-B says they have removed all Valley Milk Products from H-E-B stores. Customers can return the products in-store for a full refund.

Products from the H-E-B and Mi Tienda bakeries with the following UPC codes are impacted by the recall:

Fresh strawberry Boston – Frz (22784100000)

Fresh strawberry Boston cake (22784000000)

Boston with fresh fruit (22729100000)

Boston Sundae Cake (22948600000)

Boston Chock/fudge Iced 3634 (22729000000)

Boston Sundae Cake Chocolate (22942100000)

Boston Sundae Cake – Freezer (22937100000)

SCR Made 8 in Boston w/fr STBR (22635200000)


Questions or concerns can be directed to H-E-B Customer Service at 1-855-432-4438, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

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