- Conagra Brands Recall Certain Healthy Choice Meals.
Conagra Brands Recall Certain Healthy Choice Meals.
Conagra Brands are recalling certain Healthy Choice frozen chicken meals because the item may contain small rocks, posing a serious choking hazard.
The company received several consumer complaints that small rocks were found in the frozen meals.
The recall involves frozen, not-ready-to-eat chicken bowl items that were produced on January 23, 2020 with a best by date of October 19, 2020.
According to Conagra, the following products are involved in the recall:
- 9.5-ounce cartons containing “Healthy Choice POWER BOWLS Chicken Feta & Farro” with lot code 5006002320, UPC code 072655001800 and a best by date of 10/19/2020 on the label.
Consumers should throw away the recalled product (keeping proof of purchase) and contact the place of purchase or Conagra Brands’ consumer care department for a refund.
So far, there have been no reports of injuries or adverse reactions.
Consuming foods with foreign objects is a top reason food is recalled. It can cause mouth lacerations, digestive issues and more.
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Source: KDKA, “Conagra Foods Issues Recall For Healthy Choice Power Bowls”