After small pieces of plastic were found in some boxes, the parent company of Cheese Nips has voluntarily recalled some of its snack from stores.
Some boxes of Cheese Nips have been recalled due to small plastic bits.
Hawaii Department of Health
Small “yellow plastic pieces” from a dough scraper slipped into the production line, according to the company, Mondelēz Global.
Anyone who purchased 11-ounce boxes with expiration dates of May 18, 2020, through May 20, 2020 are advised to discard it.
No injuries have been reported, according to the company.
The Hawaii State Department of Health Food and Drug Branch is alerting residents of the voluntary recall.
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