Sometimes a recall isn’t just a recall. It certainly isn’t something to blow off in the case of the Lean Cuisine ravioli, made by Nestle, which has been recalled by the Food and Drug Administration. Why? Oh, no biggie, but there’s broken glass in it!

Apparently, fragments of glass made its way into Lean Cuisine Culinary Collection Mushroom Mezzaluna Ravioli, but only in the packages with the production codes 2311587812 or 2312587812 and a “best before by” date of December 2012. So far, there haven’t been an injuries reported but three consumers have already found glass in their meal.

Nestle says that due to that particular dish’s popularity, they believe “very little remains in retail distribution,” but do we really want to take a chance? After all, this isn’t Lean Cuisine’s first offence. The company suffered another recall in March 2011 after complaints were filed against their spaghetti and meatballs for having plastic in it. We have to admit it makes Lean Cuisine sound unappetizing to us and we’ve always been fans in the past.

How about you? Will you be banning Lean Cuisine from your freezer?

Source: Food and Drug Administration


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