Chicken pot pies may contain contaminants

Sept. 1, 2004
Packages of Stouffer's brand frozen chicken pot pie imported from Canada are being recalled because they might contain small pieces of plastic and glass.

Packages of Stouffer's brand frozen chicken pot pie imported from Canada are being recalled because they might contain small pieces of plastic and glass.

Consumer complaints prompted the recall, which was undertaken by the importer, Nestlé Prepared Foods Co of Solon OH, and the United States Agriculture Department.

Included in the recall are 16-ounce packages of Stouffer's Chicken Pot Pie; no other Stouffer's products are affected. Packages have the code “445” inside the Canadian mark of inspection, along with the UPC code “13800-10635.” They are also labeled with the production code “4066VH,” followed by a letter. Those with questions may phone Nestlé at 800-447-1427.

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