King’s Hawaiian Cronobacter Recall

King’s Hawaiian Pretzel Slider Buns have been recalled for potential Cronobacter contamination. Consumers who have purchased these buns should not eat them.

On August 11, King’s Hawaiian issued the recall after receiving notification from a supplier, Lyons Magnus, that an ingredient may be contaminated with Cronobcacter. Lyons Magnus is the maker of Glucerna and other meal replacement shakes that are also under recall for potential Cronobacter contamination.

Cronobacter, a bacteria that often lives on dry foods, is often associated with infants who consume powdered infant formula and immunocompromised patients. In adults, symptoms of a Crononbacter infection include fever, vomiting, and urinary tract infection.

At the time of recall, the company was not aware of any King’s Hawaiian product that was contaminated with Cronobacter or any illnesses associated with their consumption.

King's Hawaiian Pretzel Slider Cronobacter

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