Anyone who may have purchased varieties of popular brand pasta sauces is called to check the label over the fears that it may contain fragments of plastic.
Mikzan America Inc. for voluntary withdrawal from "abundance of caution".
"There are no reports of injuries or complaints to users," the company said in a press release.
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The sauces were produced between 4-8 June and distributed nationwide, according to the company. Mizkan America said it believed most of the production process was "under its control," but some of the cases were delivered to customers.
"Mizkan works jointly with these trading partners to ensure that these Ragú varieties with the specified case
The affected sauces include:
- Ragu Star World Traditional (66-ounce) with the best date of 4 June 2020
- Ragu Chanky Garlic and Onion and 66-ounce) with the best dates on June 5 and 6, 2020.
- Old World Meat (66-ounhce) dated June 5, 2020
This voluntary seizure is limited to pasta sauces with these specific production codes that have been distributed across the country, "Miskan said." No other production codes / dates, sizes or varieties of Ragú pasta sauces are unaffected from this seizure. "
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The chains say two of the varieties are sold to his stories. bought these products are called not to consume them, "said Publix Super Markets." These products need to be discarded or returned to the purchase to recover. "
Click here for FOX NEWS APP  Mizkan said that customers who bought the affected sauces with the caps can contact a hotline to service customers for a substitute coupon, and receive selected sauces for further review.