kraft cheese expands recall of american cheese singles by 10 times - plastic film packaging
Kraft announced on Thursday that due to new consumer complaints about plastic film, Kraft has expanded its voluntary recall of some American cheese singles on a large scale, which represents a potential risk of suffocation.
A month ago, Kraft announced that it would voluntarily recall 36,000 boxes of Kraft American and Kraft white American cheese processed by pasteurized.
Now they have recalled about 335,000 more cases to the United States and some Caribbean countries and South Korea.
Ten consumer complaints triggered the first recall, three of which included reports of suffocation.
Since then, Kraft has received two more complaints from consumers about suffocation. According to a statement from Kraft, the company is recalling the product "because a fine strip of a single packaging film may remain on the slice after the package has been removed ".
"If the film is stuck to the slice and not removed, it can pose a risk of suffocation.
"Recall affects a variety of 1-, 3-and 4-
The pound package of Kraft American Singles and Kraft American Singles, with a manufacturing code of S54 or s55.
Their "best use date" starts on December. 12 to March 2.
This is a complete list.
Kraft said in a statement that instead of eating the affected products, consumers should return them to the store for a refund or exchange.