Recall Issued for Bread Sold at Area Schnucks 

Schnucks has just issued a press release that says Sara Lee has a recall on nine of its bread items because they may contain metal shavings.

The recall covers all 13 area Schnucks stores. The bread, which was baked at a Meridian, Mississippi, bakery, includes:

Earth Grains Honey Wheatberry Cottage Style

Earth Grains 24-oz. Natural Wheatberry with Honey

Earth Grains 24 oz. Natural Seven Grain Round Top

Earth Grains 24 oz. Natural Stone Ground Whole Wheat

Sara Lee Delightful Wheat

Sara Lee 24 oz. 100% Whole Wheat with Honey

Sara Lee 24 oz. 100% Whole Wheat Wide Pan

Sara Lee 24 oz. 100% Multi-Grain Wide Pan

Schnucks Wheat Bread Sandwich Style.

The bread has "best if purchased by dates" between July 25th and August 7th and can be returned for a full refund at any of the Schnucks locations.

For more information, call Sara Lee at 1-800-889-3556 or Schnucks Consumer Affairs at 1-800-264-4400.

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