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86 tons of Boston's frozen food market reminds them because they can contain glassy or hard plastic fragments



About 86 tons of frozen food in the Boston market were withdrawn because they could contain fragments from glass or hard plastics. Cake with ribs with barbecue sauce and mashed potatoes.

According to the USDA, recall is designated as Class I, which means that "there is a reasonable likelihood that the use of the product will lead to serious, adverse effects of health or death."

The US Department of Agriculture was notified on the eve of the "consumer complaints on glass or solid plastic material contained in the edge-shaped paste". Although, fortunately, the USDA says that nobody has suffered as a result of consumption so far, although they warn: "Anyone who is concerned about an injury or illness should contact a healthcare professional."

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Barbecue ribs, fried chicken with red potatoes, corn bread and mixed vegetables, restaurant Boston market, graphic element on gray

-Francisco, California – August 21: Cyclists walks up their bike at the Boston Market restaurant on August 21, 2012 in San Francisco, California. The Boston Market restaurant network today announced plans to remove salt shakers from tables in all its locations and plans to reduce sodium levels by 20 percent in three popular products – chicken fillet, macaroni and cheese and mashed potatoes. (Photo: Justin Salivan / Getty Images)

Semi-smoked dish with mashed potatoes and sauce, corn bread and corn, restaurant Boston Market, graphic element on gray

PITSEBURG – September 24: window on the Boston market (formerly known as a restaurant in Boston Chicken) The fast food show is fragmented after demonstrations by protesters at the G-20 Summit on September 24, 2009 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In the restaurant at that time, he had clients, but quickly closed and were surrounded by the police. Demonstrators gathered around a few kilometers from the center of Pittsburgh on September 24, but were scattered by the police carrying tezoginny gas and machines for amplification. (Photo: Chris Hondros / Getty Images)

The Boston Market has removed shakers from tables at its restaurants across the country, as seen in their Alexandria, Virginia, restaurant, Tuesday, May 14, 2013. Sharply Americans have to cut their salt. Do not make mistakes: most Americans eat too much, not only from salt shakers, but also through sodium in processed foods. The Institute of Medicine said on Tuesday that there is no evidence that cutting well below the established standards offers any benefit – although it is recommended for certain people at high risk of heart disease. There are some assumptions that too low a path can be harmful to certain patients. (AP Photo / Cliff Owen)

Half a chicken lunch sits on a table in Alexandria, Virginia, Boston Market Restaurant Tuesday, May 14, 2013. The Boston market removed the salty shakers from the table and placed them with other spices on the drink sprayer table. An unexpected new report questioned how sharply Americans should cut down on salt. Do not make mistakes: most Americans eat too much, not only from salt shakers, but also through sodium in processed foods. The Institute of Medicine said on Tuesday that there is no evidence that cutting well below the established standards offers any benefit – although it is recommended for certain people at high risk of heart disease. There are some assumptions that too low a path can be harmful to certain patients.




A spokeswoman for the Boston Market has developed: "Reminder does not apply to products sold in restaurants in the Boston market"

On the label, frozen foods have a "better buy" on December 7, 2019 (party code 8341); January 4, 2020 (Lot code 9004), Jan. 24, 2020 (Lot code 9024), or Feb. 15, 2020 (Lot code 9046). The food to be restored also has an "EST. 18297" affixed to the final valve of the package.

        


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