Frozen pizzas recalled due to risk of metal fragments in dough
Annie’s Inc., an organic food company, has issued a voluntary recall of seven different varieties of their frozen pizza due to the risk that consumers may find small metal fragments in the dough.
According to the Huffington Post, the problem stems from a third-party supplier that provides Annie’s with flour for their dough. The pieces of metal are so small that they were not detected during the quality control process.
Affected pizzas will have a “best by” date between Jan.9 and Sept.14 and include the following varieties: Organic Four Cheese, Organic Pepperoni, Organic Supreme, Organic Spinach and Mushroom, Four Cheese, Pepperoni and BBQ Chicken. Consumers who purchased the product are encouraged to return it for a full refund.
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