USA: Azteca Milling L.P. announces voluntary recall of yellow flour; newest test for StarLink detection not acceptable
Azteca Milling announced that it is voluntarily recalling yellow corn flour from the marketplace because it could possibly contain StarLink, a protein not approved for human consumption. The company announced that it would mill white corn only."Because StarLink is a yellow corn, and we believe that we need to assure our customers and the public that products made with our flour are safe, the surest way to bolster confidence is to make products with only white corn," explained Azteca Milling's President, Dan Lynn.
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