Some packages of Lean Cuisine ravioli, made by Nestlé, are being recalled because they may contain fragments of glass, the Food and Drug Administration said today.
The recall applies only to packages of Lean Cuisine Culinary Collection Mushroom Mezzaluna Ravioli, with the production codes 2311587812 or 2312587812, and the "best before by" date of December 2013, the FDA said.
Nestlé voluntarily issued the recall after three customers reported they had found glass in the ravioli. None of the customers reported injuries, the FDA said.
The recalled packages were made in November 2012, and Nestlé believes that few remain on store shelves, but could still be in customers' freezers at home.
Customers who have purchased the recalled product should not eat it, and should contact Nestlé. Read the FDA release for full details.
Pass it on: Some packages of Lean Cuisine ravioli are being recalled because they may contain glass fragments.
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