The maker of Entenmann’s Little Bites Soft Baked Cookies has recalled the product after consumers discovered blue plastic pieces in individual packages of the mini chocolate chip cookies.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, the recall includes boxes of individually wrapped five packs of the cookies, made by Bimbo Bakeries, the Hatboro, Pennsylvania company that makes Entenmenn’s.
The plastic pieces were introduced during packaging and present a choking hazard, said the FDA.
Entenmenn’s Little Bites Cookies are made apart from the brand’s Little Bites Muffins. Other products were not affected. No injuries were reported as a result.
The recalled products were shipped to 37 states. The packages have best by dates of August 31, 2019 and September 7, 2019 which are found on the top of the box. They also bear a UPC code of 7203002378 and lot code of 1350.
Consumers may return the recalled packages to stores for full refunds. if you have any questions, contact Bimbo’s consumer relations at (800) 984-0989.
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