Bad news for Sara Lee.
The bakery company is recalling some of its breads because loaves may contain small metal pieces.
Breads sold under Earthgrains, Sara Lee Delightful Wheat and several other brands are among those being recalled.
The recall was announced after company officials discovered damage to a whole-wheat flower sifter during a routine inspection.
Company spokesman Mark Goldman says this may have led to pieces of metal making their way into the bread.
The bread subject to recall is sold in Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Georgia, southwestern Tennessee, Louisiana and Florida.
The packages are stamped with "best if purchased by" dates of July 25, 2007 through August 7, 2007 and include the code "222."
The bread was produced at the company's Meridian, Mississippi bakery.
It should not be eaten and should be returned to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.
A full list of the affected brands is available at the below website.