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General Mills Recalls Refrigerated Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls With Icing

Food products company General Mills Inc. (GIS) said Friday it is recalling a limited quantity of refrigerated Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing. The action is being taken as a precaution because the dough may contain fragments from a broken piece of plastic on the production line, the company said. No other Pillsbury dough products are being recalled.

Only specific 8-count single and double packages with certain date codes of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing are being recalled. These include

- Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing that have use-by-dates of 30, 31 October 2013.

- Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing 2-pack that have use-by-dates of 18, 26, 31 October 2013.

The products are sold in grocery stores nationally.

No other flavors or varieties of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls or Pillsbury dough products are being recalled. Pillsbury Flaky Cinnamon Rolls and Pillsbury Grands! Cinnamon Rolls are not included in the recall.

Shares of General Mills are trading at $49.35, up $0.25 or 0.51%, on a volume of 1.6 million shares on the NYSE.

by RTT Staff Writer

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