Lean Cuisine Recalled Due to Glass Shards
Lean Cuisine ravioli
Lean Cuisine is recalling ravioli dinners because of glass fragments found in the pasta, the Food and Drug Administration reports.
The voluntary recall of Lean Cuisine Culinary Collection Mushroom Mezzaluna Ravioli comes after three consumers reported they "found small fragments of glass in the ravioli portion of the entree," parent company Nestle said in a news release. The company added that no injuries were reported by consumers.
The recall involves products with two production codes: 2311587812 and 2312587812, both carrying "best before" dates of December 2013. The products were distributed nationwide.
Since these lots of the product were produced early last November, Nestle believes few remain on store shelves. However, the company is asking consumers to check their freezers for the recalled products.
If the recalled meal is found, consumers should not eat it but instead should contact Nestle Consumer Services at (866) 586-9424 or email@example.com for a replacement coupon, the company said.
No other production dates, sizes or varieties of Lean Cuisine products are affected by this recall.
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