Publix Premium Pancake and Waffle Mix was named in a recall by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration this weekend.
The milk powder used in the mix may contain salmonella, according to an FDA advisory.
Stonewall Kitchen also announced a recall of some flavors of its pancake and waffle mixes because of a risk of salmonella-contaminated milk power as well. Those flavors are cinnamon apple, orange cranberry and toasted coconut.
The Publix pancake mix in the recall includes 16-ounce packages of three flavors, banana-flavored chocolate chip, pumpkin and blueberry. The packages have the numbers 4141503503, 4141503703 and 4141503603. The mixes were sold in North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.
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The Stonewall Kitchens mixes were distributed nationwide.
If you have either product, return it to the place of purchase for a refund, or call their customer service departments. At Publix, that’s 1-800-242-1227; at Stonewall Kitchen, that’s 1-800-826-1735.