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Pillsbury Recall: General Mills Says Cinnamon Rolls May Contain Plastic

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A Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls recall was announced today by General Mills.

The company said that it was a “voluntary Class II” recall and that it only affected one flavor of its Cinnamon Rolls.

The refrigerated Cinnamon Rolls with Icing have been recalled by General Mills. Other varieties, like Pillsbury Flaky Cinnamon Rolls and Pillsbury Grands! Cinnamon Rolls, were not affected by the recall.

The company believes that some packages of cinnamon rolls may contain fragments of plastic.

General Mills wrote in a statement: “This action is being taken as a precaution because the dough may contain fragments from a broken piece of plastic on the production line. These products are sold in grocery stores nationally. No other Pillsbury dough products are being recalled.”

The company also said that only specific packages were being recalled.

Here’s a list of items involved in the Pillsbury recall.

  • Product: Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing - Better If Used By Date: 0OCT2013 and 31OCT2013
  • Product: Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing 2-pack - Better If Used By Date: 18OCT2013, 26OCT2013 and 31OCT2013

General Mills told customers to contact them at 1-800-775-4777 if they want a replacement product. Consumers with questions can also use the toll free number to contact General Mills.

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3 Responses to “Pillsbury Recall: General Mills Says Cinnamon Rolls May Contain Plastic”

  1. Plea Idian

    This story should be entitled "BUSTED, Pillsburry General Is Afraid Inteligent People will Figure out They are Putting Plastic Nanotechnology in Their Foods so Our Govt Can Track and Trace us".

    People – your food is filled with plastic known as "modified food starch" because our govt is putting nanotechnology in foods to fill our bodies with plastics that form plastic fibers in people's bodies. After Mike Adams at Natural News busted Mcdonalds for their plastic fibers, now other companies are getting scared!