Hannaford Supermarkets are recalling a number of bakery items made with a seasoning that is the subject of a nationwide recall.
Hannaford said the recall applies to baked goods produced at stores like Classic Garlic Focaccia and Classic Focaccia that were purchased between June 22 and June 27.
These products used McCormick’s Perfect Pinch Italian seasoning, which is being recalled due to possible Salmonella contamination.
No illness has been reported.
Customers should not eat the product and can return items to the store for a full refund, officials said. Hannaford operates 184 stores in New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
RI’s pension fund ends year with record $ 10.3 billion
The Rhode Island pension fund closed the last fiscal year with record assets of $ 10.3 billion, Treasurer General Seth Magaziner said on Wednesday.
The fund for retired civil servants made a record gain of $ 2.2 billion in the fiscal year ended June 30, he said in a statement, crediting the investment strategy with “return to the sources ”of the agency.
“As General Treasurer, my top priority is ensuring economic growth and financial security for all residents of Rhode Island,” Magaziner said. “Getting back to basics is working – this year the pension system hit an all-time high, we achieved our highest annual return in 25 years, and retirees in the system are also benefiting from a cost adjustment. much needed life. “