Lean Cuisine recalls are to be taken seriously and glass fragments have reportedly been found in the Lean Cuisine Mushroom Mezzaluna Ravioli. According to a report from Monday (Feb. 11), this is a voluntary recall being carried out by the company on two codes.
The recalled products have a UPC number 13800-58358 with production codes 2311587812 and 2312587812 and a best before date of December 2013. After three reports of consumers finding glass fragments in the ravioli, Nestle decided that it was time to issue a wide recall of the product. At this time there have not been any reported injuries from the dish.
This is an important time for consumers to check their freezers in case one of the dishes with the applicable production codes has been picked up recently. According to the official recall notice, the company will be offering a replacement coupon to any consumer that may have one of the affected meals. The company is also asking that consumers contact them in order to possibly have the product picked up for further examination.
In the press release from Nestle the company stated, "We apologize to our retail customers and consumers and sincerely regret any inconvenience created by this voluntary product recall." With that in mind, consumers should definitely take the Lean Cuisine recalls seriously and double-check any ravioli dishes that may have been purchased.