If you're headed to the grocery store to buy a frozen pizza, be careful. One prominent food maker just announced one of its products may have extra toppings you won't want to eat.
Due to metal parts, Home Run Inn Frozen Foods is recalling 13,099 pounds of Chicago's Premium Pizzeria Deluxe Sausage Classic Pizza.
A report about baked-in fragments sparked the situation. The pizzas were sent to Illinois and sold in stores.
33.5-ounce frozen pizzas with a best-by date of 12/03/22 should be avoided. Products will have EST. 18498-A inside the USDA inspection mark.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) states eating metal particles can cause dental damage, mouth or throat lacerations, and gut lacerations or perforations.
Although no injuries have been reported, the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is concerned the food may still be in consumers' freezers.
If you have one of these pizzas, toss it away. Visit the FSIS website for more recall information.
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