55,000 pounds of breakfast burritos recalled due to plastic piecesPosted: Updated:
Ruiz Food Products Inc. is recalling 55,000 pounds of frozen breakfast burritos due to a concern that plastic may be inside the food, according to the FDA.
The burritos containing eggs, sausage, and cheese may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically pieces of plastic.
The frozen, not ready to eat, breakfast burrito products were produced on October 15, 2019.
The FDA says the following products are subject to recall:
3.38-lb. Value Pack, containing 12 individually wrapped, 4.5-oz. “EL MONTEREY Signature BURRITO EGG, SAUSAGE & CHEESE” with a “Best if Used By” date of 01/15/2021 and a lot code of 19288.
For more information about the recall, click here.
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