P.F. Chang broadens recall on food products with metal bits
P.F. Chang is now recalling over 190,000 lbs of their frozen products due to concerns that it may be contaminated with metal bits, an article of Fox News reported on July 20.
A recall was initially issued by P.F. Chang on July 19 to their frozen meals after ConAgra Foods stated in a news release that the sugar from a supplier used as ingredients in the sauce may have 2-9mm metal bits. The metal fragment was found by an employee of ConAgra while dispensing sugar. A week after the contamination discovery, the sugar supplier told ConAgra that other sugar supplied might also contain metal bits. P.F. Chang reportedly used the sugar for the sauce of their eight food products. Though there are no injuries reported, ConAgra stated that any food debris that is not sharp and hard measuring to at least 7mm may cause injuries.
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