A recent Panera bread shipment reportedly contained salmonella, the Food and Drug Administration has announced.
Panera’s spokesman told Reuters the salmonellosis case was traced to the bakery in the city of Ocala, Florida, which received a Panera shipment from a different company on March 1.
The company’s bread and milk, as well as its ice cream and other products, were not affected, the spokesman said.
Panerai was not immediately available for comment.
Salmonella is considered a food safety threat and can be fatal.
It can cause diarrhea, vomiting, fever, and abdominal pain.
The CDC recommends people avoid eating food and drinking from contaminated water or utensils, as the disease can spread through the food.