Washington, D.C. (JusticeNewsFlash.com – Health Report) — Nestle Prepared Foods Company is recalling about 215,660 pounds of frozen stuffed pepperoni pizza sandwich products, known as Hot Pockets Pepperoni Pizza, because the product might contain small pieces of hard red plastic and other foreign material. The recall involves 54-ounce, 12-pack cartons of Hot Pockets Pepperoni Pizza brand stuffed sandwiches. Printed on the side of each carton is “8157544614D,” “EST 7721A,” and “BEST BEFORE JAN2010.” They were produced on June 5 and distributed to retail establishments nationwide. The Wall Street Journal reports there are 30,331 cases of regular Hot Pockets and 18,933 cases of the Croissant Crust Hot Pockets that are being recalled. There have been four consumer complaints and no reports of injuries.
Consumers with questions about the recall should contact Nestle Consumer Services Center at (800) 350-5016. Consumers who have purchased the affected products may return them to Giant for a full refund. Consumers looking for additional information may call Giant Customer Service at (888) 469-4426 for more information. Customers can also visit the Giant website at www.giantfood.com. Photo provide by the USDA
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