Entenmann’s Little Bites fudge brownies, chocolate chip muffins, and variety packs are being recalled due to the fact that some of them may contain “little pieces of plastic” inside of the snacks. [1]

Bimbo Bakeries in Illinois, which produces the Little Bites, has said that this is due to a manufacturing failure. The company is issuing the recall voluntarily.

So far, one person has been injured by the snack.

Affected products have been shipped to 30 states throughout the nation. Among those that are recalled are variety packs with a “Best By” date of September 24. The chocolate chip muffins and brownies that are affected have “Best By” dates of October 8.

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Consumers are encouraged to return these items to their place of purchase for a full refund. They can also call 1-800-984-0989 24 hours a day for more information on the recall.

If customers do not wish to have a refund, they are instructed to discard the food.

The FDA has listed the following packages as part of the recall:

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Currently, Bimbo has no word on how the pieces of plastic may have landed in the products.

Sources:

[1] CBS Local

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