Lean Cuisine Recalled for Glass Fragments
Nestlé issued a recall of some of its Lean Cuisine brand of mushroom ravioli over concerns the low-calorie frozen entrees may contain fragments of glass, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The FDA reports that the recall applied only to packages of Lean Cuisine Culinary Collection Mushroom Mezzaluna Ravioli, with the production codes 2311587812 or 2312587812, and expiration date of December 2013. Nestlé voluntarily issued the recall after it received reports that three customers had found glass fragments in the ravioli. No injuries were reported, the FDA said.
Nestlé says the recalled packages were processed and marketed in November 2012. It is expected that fewer packages of the affected products would be available on store shelves, but they could have been bought earlier and stored by some customers. Consumers should not eat these entrees and contact Nestlé.
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