- Recall will involve frozen hash browns bought less than the Harris Teeter and Roundy’s manufacturers
- McCain Foods Usa claims potatoes may well have parts of golf balls in them
For now, skip frozen hash browns bought in 9 states less than the Harris Teeter and Roundy’s manufacturers. The potatoes may well include parts of golf balls, in accordance to the hash brown maker.
“Intake of these goods may well pose a choking hazard or other bodily personal injury to the mouth,” claims the notice of the voluntary recall.
The have been no documented accidents, in accordance to the firm.
McCain Foods is recalling two-pound luggage of Roundy’s Manufacturer Frozen Southern Model Hash Browns from Marianos, Metro Market, and Select ‘n Preserve supermarkets in Illinois and Wisconsin.
It is also recalling two-pound luggage of Harris Teeter Manufacturer Frozen Southern Model Hash Browns bought in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, the District of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Georgia and Maryland.
The manufacturing code on the back again of the packaging is B170119, the firm claims.
The contaminated goods need to be thrown absent or returned to the position of purchase.
McCain Foods has not responded to a request for even further comment.