246,000 pounds of El Monterey frozen breakfast wraps recalled, may contain 'small rocks'

Kristin Lam
Ruiz Food Products, Inc. recalled over 246,000 pounds of frozen breakfast wraps after customers complained about small rocks in the burritos.

Ruiz Foods Products Inc. has recalled more than 246,000 pounds of frozen breakfast wraps after some customers complained about "small rocks" in the burritos. 

One injury possibly related to consuming the product has been reported to the company, according to the safety alert posted Friday on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration website. 

The packs of El Monterey wraps containing eggs, potatoes, bacon and cheese sauce were distributed to stores across the nation.

Ruiz Foods is investigating how the foreign material got into the breakfast wraps, the USDA said. Three customers reported finding small rocks in them by Friday, when the company reported the problem to the USDA. 

Ruiz Foods Products Inc. has recalled nearly 250,000 pounds of frozen breakfast wrap products containing bacon that may be contaminated with extraneous materials.

The dates and lot numbers for the recalled wraps can be found next to the nutrition facts panel. 

Affected dates and lots are: 

  • BEST USED BY  1/17/2020  LOT 19017
  • BEST USED BY  1/18/2020  LOT 19018 

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Customers who bought the breakfast wraps should throw them away or return them, the USDA said. 

Ruiz Foods, based in Denison, Texas, produces Mexican food products.

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