Food Recall: Pepperidge Farm Sesame Sticks
Pepperidge Farm Sesame Sticks.
Back away from those crisp, delicious sesame sticks. They might be filled with thin, tiny wires.
That's why cookie, cracker and Goldfish manufacturer Pepperidge Farm, over the weekend voluntarily recalled about 13,000 cases of their popular Baked Naturals Sesame Sticks.
Don't worry, your Mint Milanos are still safe. No other Pepperidge Farm products were affected by the recall.
The recalled snacks come in 10.2-ounce boxes marked with a yellow "20% More!" logo at the top.
They were manufactured at the company's Willard, Ohio facility and have one of six possible product codes on the top package flap:
W07*1781 Sell by 11/20/2011
W07*1891 Sell by 11/27/2011
W07*1921 Sell by 12/4/2011
W07*2041 Sell by 12/11/2011
W07*2061 Sell by 12/13/2011
W07*2221 Sell by 1/1/2012
You can return them to the store where you bought them for an exchange or full refund. Or feel free to call Pepperidge Farm (Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. EST) at (866) 535-3774 with further questions.
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