Boxed Pasta Recalled Over Possible Metal Fragments

June 7, 2012

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Boxed Pasta Recalled Over Possible Metal Fragments

WASHINGTONNearly 75,000 cases of boxed pasta mix products manufactured by Bay Valley Foods subsidiary ST Specialty Foods, Inc., are being recalled nationwide over concern they may contain small metal fragments, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced today.

The recall is based on information that the products include a seasoning blend manufactured by Kerry Ingredients & Flavours using lactic acid that may potentially contain small metal fragments.

The recalled products include ALDI brand Linguine and Parmesan Pasta Entree, Reggano Pasta Salad Classic Italian, Reggano Pasta Skillet Classic Stroganoff; COBORNS Food Club Pasta Salad Classics Ranch & Bacon; H-E-B  Pasta Salad Ranch & Bacon; KING SOOPERS  Macaroni & Cheese Rich n Creamy, Macaroni & Cheese Three Cheese; KROGER Macaroni & Cheese Rich n Creamy, Macaroni & Cheese Three Cheese; Meijer Macaroni and Cheese Dinner Thick & Cheesy; Mid-Mountain Foods Food Club Pasta Salad Classics Ranch & Bacon; Mitchell Grocery Food Club Pasta Salad Classics Ranch & Bacon; and Wal-Mart Thick and Creamy Macaroni and Cheese.

Click here to view the entire recall and UPC codes.

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