Food Recalls: Capri Sun Juice Drink; Home Run Inn Frozen Pizza

Source: RLS Media Health

Company officials at Kraft Heinz announced a voluntary recall of approximately Capri Sun Wild Cherry Flavored Juice Drink Blend beverages.

Officials said in a statement that the voluntary recall comes after a diluted cleaning solution used on food processing equipment was inadvertently introduced into a production line at one of our factories.

Only the Wild Cherry flavored Capri Sun products are affected. The “Best When Used By” date on the products is June 25, 2023.

The issue was discovered after officials received several consumer complaints about the taste of the affected product. Although officials said the recall is for these items sold nationwide, there is no current confirmation that any drinks were sold in NJ.

Home Run Inn Frozen Foods is recalling approximately 13,099 pounds of frozen meat pizza products that may be contaminated with metal, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced.

33.5-ounce packages of Home Run Inn Chicago’s Premium Pizzeria Deluxe Sausage Classic Pizza with “best by” date of 12/03/22 with the establishment number of EST. 18498-A inside the USDA mark of inspection are subject to recall.

The frozen meat pizzas were produced on June 6, 2022, shipped to a distributor in Illinois, and further distributed to retailers.

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, the problem was discovered when the firm notified FSIS that it had received consumer complaints reporting metal was found in the pizza.

Officials said there had been no confirmed reports of injuries or adverse reactions due to the consumption of these products. Anyone concerned about an injury or illness should contact a healthcare provider.

FSIS is concerned that some products may be in consumers’ freezers or found at distributor and retail locations. Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. Additionally, distributors and retailers are urged not to sell these products.

There are no immediate reports that the frozen cuisine has made it to any supermarkets or stores in New Jersey. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

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