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Business San Antonio-based H-E-B recalls some buns, glove possibly in dough

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) — San Antonio-based grocer H-E-B has issued a voluntary recall for some hamburger and hot dog buns after a glove possibly fell into the dough.

The recall involves certain H-E-B brand hamburger and hot dog buns and Hill Country Fare hot dog buns. The buns, in general, have use-before dates between July 2 and July 4.

H-E-B says products on the shelf as of last Friday are not included in the recall linked to what it calls a “foreign material.” The company says a terry cloth glove used for handling hot pans could have broken up in the dough, resulting in a potential choking hazard.

H-E-B says no incidents have been reported.

Customers can return the items for a refund. Consumers with additional questions can contact H-E-B at 1-855-432-4438.

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