Over 13,000 Pounds of This Popular Frozen Pizza Is Being Recalled Because of a Serious Contamination
Due to metal fragments discovered in the Chicago's Premium Pizzeria Deluxe Sausage Classic Pizza, Home Run Inn Frozen Foods is recalling around 13,099 pounds of the product.
When someone complained about finding bits baked in, the issue was first identified. Pizzas were initially sent to Illinois, where they were then sold to merchants.
The 33.5-ounce carton of frozen pizzas with a best-by date of 12/03/22 should be sought out by consumers. The USDA inspection mark on the products will also include the establishment number EST. 18498-A.
Although no injuries related to eating the pizzas have yet been reported, the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) of the USDA is concerned that some may still be in people's freezers.
We strongly advise you to throw away any of these pizzas that you believe you may have bought. You may find additional details about the recall on the FSIS website if you have any queries about it.
Not all sinful pleasures have recently been recalled, including pizza. Due to the possibility that they "may contain tiny levels of milk proteins," chocolate truffles were removed from the stores.
You should exercise caution if you plan on purchasing a frozen pizza from the grocery store because a well-known food producer has just disclosed that one of its products may have additional toppings you don't want to consume.