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    Safeway Recalls PL Bread in Parts of California and Nevada

    PLEASANTON, Calif. - Safeway, Inc. last week voluntarily recalled several of its private label bread products sold at Safeway and Pak 'n Save stores in Northern California and northwest Nevada, which it suspects may contain wire fragments from production machinery.

    PLEASANTON, Calif. - Safeway, Inc. last week voluntarily recalled several of its private label bread products sold at Safeway and Pak 'n Save stores in Northern California and northwest Nevada, which it suspects may contain wire fragments from production machinery.

    No injuries have been reported, but the retailer had received customer complaints about the bread. The production machinery in question has been repaired and the production line cleaned.

    Purchasers of these products in Northern California or northwest Nevada can return the bread to their local store for a full refund. The recall doesn't affect products sold at the company's Vons or Pavilions stores in Southern California.

    Safeway operates 1,767 stores in the United States and Canada, and had sales of $39.7 billion for the period ended Sept. 9, 2006.

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