Popular Frozen Pizza Being Recalled Due To Serious Contamination
If you're headed to the grocery store to pick up a frozen pizza, be careful. One prominent food maker has disclosed one of its products may include unwanted toppings.
Home Run Inn Frozen Foods is recalling 13,099 pounds of Chicago's Premium Pizzeria Deluxe Sausage Classic Pizza.
Someone complained after finding baked-in bits. Pizzas were delivered to Illinois and sold there.
Look for the 33.5-ounce carton with a best-by date of 12/03/22. Inside the USDA inspection mark, the items will bear EST. 18498-A.
Metal pieces in food can cause tooth damage, mouth or throat lacerations, and gut lacerations or perforations, according to the FDA.
The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is worried that customers may still have the pizzas in their freezers. If you bought one of these pizzas, toss it.
For recall-related questions, visit the FSIS website. Not just pizza has been recalled recently.
Chocolate truffles were removed off stores because they "may contain tiny levels of milk proteins" that weren't listed on the box and might trigger allergic reactions in certain people.
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