Entenmann’s Little Bites snacks voluntarily recalled


 Food company Entenmann’s has voluntarily recalled some of its Little Bites snacks,according to a  company press release.

The company said the recall is ‘due to choking and/or cutting hazard from presence of small pieces of plastic … caused by a manufacturing failure at a contract manufacturer’s bakery in Illinois.’

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Recalled products are Entenmann’s Little Bites five-pack fudge brownies, five-pack and 10-pack chocolate chip muffins and the 20-pack variety product.

Respective UPC codes are 7203001342, 7203001353, 7203002111 and 7203001799.

The recall came after consumer complaints of plastic in the product. One injury was reported, the release said.

Entenmann’s said all products, which were sent to stores within the last two weeks, have been removed from shelves and no other Entenmann’s products are affected.

The company said it notified the Food and Drug Administration about the recall.

Specific information about the products, including states of distribution, are available at the Bimbo Bakeries USA website.

Consumers can call  1-800- 984-0989 24 hours a day for any concerns.


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