Kraft cheese recall news is pretty bad for the company and consumers. It turns out that Kraft is voluntarily recalling a lot of its string cheese for fear that it could spoil before the expiration dates that have been printed on the packaging. According to a report from late Friday (Oct. 25), about 750,000 cases of the affected product has already been shipped to customers in the United States.
The affected product is the string cheese that the company produces under its name as well as under the Polly-O line of products. It is reported that these products have "Best When Used By" dates from Oct. 25 through Feb. 11. While the food in this product line may not go bad, some reports have come into the company about it going bad. This led to the voluntary move to pull back the product.
This is a big endeavor from the company and they have a phone number that can be called by anyone with questions between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. ET. That number is 1-800-816-9432 and it will give consumers any specific information they might need. This Kraft cheese recall alert should be taken seriously because nobody wants to end up serving a spoiled or discolored product to their kids.
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