Originally posted: July 1, 2009

Dunkin' Donuts makes a temporary salmonella-based recall

Source of Article:  http://leisureblogs.chicagotribune.com/thestew/2009/07/dunkin-donuts-a-temporary-salmonellabased-recall.html

Posted by Chris Borrelli at 8:48 a.m.

Figures, right?

On the one day in July when you might actually consider buying a hot chocolate at a Dunkin' Donuts in Chicago -- brrrr -- the New England-based chain has temporarily stopped serving hot chocolate, or anything with the Dunkaccino label.

According to a story this morning from the Associated Press, the company is having a salmonella scare. Dunkin' is worried that "equipment used at a supplier's facility might have been contaminated," though points out none of its own products were contaminated. They just want to be safe, they say. The problem is a Minnesota supplier of instant nonfat dried milk and whey protein. Dunkin' has 6,400 locations in the United States -- and more than 475 in the Chicago area. 


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