If you have this frozen pizza at home, don't eat it, Usda says in a new warning

It could endanger your health if it is consumed.


Pulling a frozen freezer pizza could be a weekly event in your household, especially if you have children or if you need a quick solution. Some of us prefer classic simple pies, othersFancy Pepperoni, And an obstinate subset says that pineapple reigns supreme. But if you have a special pie in your freezer, the United States Food and Inspection Safety Service (USDA) (FSIS) urges you not to eat it. Read the rest to discover what variety of pizza is recalled and why you will want to get rid of it immediately.

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The frozen pizzas have been under the spotlight lately.

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This summer alone, several frozen pizzas were subjected to reminders. On July 15, the FSIS published a high -class 1 security alert, announcing thatReady Dough Pizza Inc. From Hialeah, Florida had recalled Cuban style varietiesFrozen pizza products. The 14 ounces of "pizza Cubana by Ready Dough Pizza Inc" were withdrawn after being discovered that they were "produced without the benefit of the federal inspection". As a result, safety errors abounded and pizzas had incorrect ingredients or not at all label.

The recall was extended on July 21 to include two additional pizza products, "Cubana Cubana Pizza Ham Pizza Style" and "Cubana Cubana Pizza Pizza Style", which had been shipped in places in Delaware and Pennsylvania, in addition from Florida.

A week later, around 19,275 pounds of frozen meat pizza were recalled bySub of Danny and Pizza, a company based in Cape Coral, Florida. The recall included four varieties of pizza, namely the authentic Cuban pepperoni of Danny, the authentic Cuban Cuban chorizo, the authentic Cuban style of Danny, the authentic Cuban ham, the lack of Cuban style of Danny, the Cuban pizza of Danny was also recalled due to the inspection of Danny Cuban pizza by the USDA.

Now another reminder has been issued for a different reason - and this could endanger your health.

Another type of frozen pizza is removed from the shelves.

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On August 14, the FSIS published another high class 1 security alert, this time for a pizza made by Home Run Inn Frozen Foods. According to the announcement, the company based in Woodridge, in Illinois, isRecalling 13,099 pounds From "Home Run Inn Chicago's Premium Pizzeria Deluxe Sauusage Classic Pizza".AE0FCC31AE342FD3A1346EBB1F342FCB

The recall includes 33.5 ounce boxes from the icy meat pizza product, which were produced on June 6, 2022. A "listed in the USDA inspection brand.

The products are potentially contaminated.

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The FSIs said that the pizzas were recalled because they "can be contaminated by foreign materials, especially in metal", and it was in fact a customer who discovered the problem.

According to the FSIS, Home Run Inn Frozen Foods "received consumer complaints signaling metal found in pizza", bringing the company to inform the FSIS.

Potentially ingesting metal parts is a frightening thought, but fortunately, Home Run Inn has received no confirmed reports of injuries or reactions after consuming the pizzas.

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Do not eat this pizza if you have it.

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Although none has been reported, if you worry about an illness or injury related to these pizzas, the FSIS advises you to contact your doctor. And to avoid a potential fear of health, the FSIS asks consumers not to eat recalled pizzas.

"FSIS fears that certain products are found in consumer freezers or found in distributors and retail businesses," said the security alert. "Consumers who bought these products are invited not to consume them."

If you have one of these pizzas in your refrigerator, you must throw it away or return it to your place of purchase. The agency also asked distributors and retailers to avoid selling products.

For questions related to the recall, you can contactNick Perrino , COO of Home Run Inn Frozen Foods, whose number is listed in the opinion of the FSIS.


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