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Kraft Heinz is recalling some American cheese slices because the wrappers could pose choking hazard

  • Kraft Heinz is recalling approximately 83,000 cases of individually wrapped Kraft Singles American cheese due to a potential choking hazard. The recall was prompted by customer complaints of finding plastic pieces on the cheese, and some individuals even choked or gagged on them. The issue was caused by a temporary problem with one of the wrapping machines, which left behind a thin strip of film on the cheese slices after the wrapper was removed.
  • The affected cheese products include 16-ounce and 3-pound packs with specific "Best When Used By" dates and manufacturing codes. Kraft Heinz has urged customers not to consume the recalled cheese and to return them for a refund or exchange. The company has also fixed the faulty machine and no injuries or health issues have been reported so far.
  • This incident follows similar manufacturing errors by other major companies, such as Trader Joe's, which also had to issue recalls due to potentially harmful substances found in their products. The Kraft Singles packaging had recently undergone a redesign to address customer complaints about difficulty in opening the wrapper, featuring a sturdier flap and a refreshed logo highlighting the absence of artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives.
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