Nestlé USA has issued a recall of some products sold under the DiGiorno, Lean Cuisine, and Stouffer’s brand names because they may contain glass fragments. Consumers who have purchased recalled items should not eat them and can contact the company for a refund. At the time of the recall, no injuries had been reported.
The recall includes only specific lot codes of the following products: DiGiorno Thin & Crispy Spinach and Garlic Pizza; DiGiorno Rising Crust Spinach and Mushroom Pizza; DiGiorno pizzeria Thin Crust Spinach and Mushroom Pizza; DiGiorno pizzeria Tuscan-style Chicken Pizza; Lean Cuisine Spinach and Mushroom Pizza; Lean Cuisine Spinach Artichoke Ravioli; Lean Cuisine Ricotta and Spinach Ravioli; Lean Cuisine Spinach, Artichoke & Chicken Panini; Lean Cuisine Mushroom Mezzaluna Ravioli; Stouffer’s Vegetable Lasagna (10 oz., 37 oz. and 96 oz. sizes); Stouffer’s Spinach Soufflé and Stouffer’s Chicken Lasagna.
Detailed product information is available at the link provided above.
In addition to the products listed above, Nestle USA Inc. is also recalling approximately 267,024 pounds of chicken pizza products, produced at its Little Chute, Wisconsin establishment, and chicken lasagna products, produced at its Springville, Utah establishment. These products are also being recalled because they may contain glass pieces.
The chicken lasagna items were produced on Dec. 21, 2015 and the chicken pizza items were produced on Jan. 17, 2016 and Jan. 18, 2015. The recalled products include 19.03-oz. boxes of DIGIORNO pizzeria! Tuscan-style chicken pizza” with case codes 601752592 and 601852591, Best By date of Aug., 2016, and the establishment number “P-5754” inside the USDA mark of inspection. The recalled 96-oz. boxes of “Stouffer’s chicken lasagna” with a case code 5355595915, Best By: Jan., 2018 and establishment number “P9018” inside the USDA mark of inspection. These recalled products were shipped to retail locations nationwide.
The problem was discovered after the firm received multiple consumer complaints. There had been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions at the time of the recall.