Kraft Foods Group voluntarily recalled 7,691 cases of varieties of select Kraft Singles.
In a news release from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the company said the supplier did not store an ingredient used to make the cheese in accordance with Kraft’s temperature standards. This could cause premature spoilage and food borne illnesses.
Kraft says they have not received any consumer complaints relating to this recall as of yet.
The affected products were distributed through the United States and affected the following units:
12 ounce Kraft American Singles (16 slices), stamped with Best By Dates 20 February 2015 and 21 February 2015; 16 ounce Kraft American Singles (24 slices), (36 slices), stamped with Best By Dates 20 February 2015; 16 ounce Kraft American Singles (24 slices), (12 slices), stamped with Best By Dates 20 February 2015; and 64 ounce (4 pound) Kraft American Singles (4 x 24 slice), stamped with Best By Date 20 February 2015.
It is suggested that if you have any of these recalled items in your refrigerator, either return for refund or discard.
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