July 26, 2016 -- A recall of General Mills flour has been expanded after four more people in the United States were sickened by E. coli linked to the flour.
That brings to 46 the number of E. coli cases nationwide in the outbreak that began in December. The most recent illness began June 25, CNN reported.
The expanded recall was announced Monday and includes Gold Medal, Wondra and Signature Kitchens flour.
"The expansion announced today includes select production dates through February 10, 2016," according to General Mills. In June, the company recalled 10 million pounds of products produced between November 4, 2015, and December 4, 2015, CNN reported.
A full list of the recalled products is on the General Mills website. None of the recalled products should be used, sold or consumed.