Grippo Foods recalls variety of chips sold in Illinois and Indiana
Grippo Foods, Inc. has recalled a variety of chip products of all sizes, due to the possibility that the bags/boxes contain metal fragments. Consuming these fragments could cause moderate or serious injury, including choking, cuts in the mouth and gastrointestinal system, fractured teeth, airway obstruction, and infections.
The recalled products are:
- Plain Potato Chips
- Bar-B-Q Potato Chips
- Cheddar Cheese with a touch of Jalapeno Potato Chips
- Hot Dill Pickle Potato Chips
- Sweet Bermuda Onion Potato Chips
- Salt & Vinegar Potato Chips
These products were sold in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio between September 15, 2012 and March 14, 2013. Recalled chips can be identified by:
- Bagged chips with an expiration date of May 20 or earlier
- 1.5 pound boxes of chips with an expiration date of April 29 or earlier
- Plain Chips: UPC code 0 76847 12124 6
- Bar-B-Q Chips: UPC code 0 76847 14123 7
- Cheddar Cheese with a touch of Jalapeno Chips: UPC code 0 76847 14127 5
- Hot Dill Pickle Chips: UPC Code 0 76847 14126 8
- Sweet Bermuda Onion Chips: UPC Code 0 76847 14124 4
- Salt & Vinegar Chips: UPC Code 0 76847 14125 1
Consumers with the recalled products can return them to the store where purchased for a full refund. For additional information, contact Grippo Foods at 1-800-626-1824.
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