Ruiz Foods Products Inc., makers of the El Monterey frozen breakfast wraps, has recalled more than 246,000 pounds of the product after customers complained about finding “small rocks” in them.
At least one injury related to consuming the product has been reported to Ruiz Foods, according to a safety alert posted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The affected products contain eggs, potatoes, bacon and cheese sauce and were distributed to stores across the country.
Ruiz Foods, based in Denison, Texas, is investigating how rocks got into the breakfast wraps after three customers reported finding them.
The affected products contain the following dates and lot numbers:
- BEST USED BY 1/17/2020 LOT 19017
- BEST USED BY 1/18/2020 LOT 19018
Customers who have these products should not consume them. Instead, discard them or return them to the store where they were purchased.
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