WASHINGTON, D.C. (CBSDFW.COM/CNN) — The U.S. Division of Agriculture’s Meals Security and Inspection Service has put out a well being alert for frozen taquitos and chimichangas which will include plastic.
The gadgets may pose a choking hazard and the alert says the “plastic might pose a choking hazard or trigger injury to tooth or gums.”
A number of forms of beef and hen taquitos and chimichangas are included within the alert.
It covers ready-to-eat merchandise containing diced inexperienced chilies recalled by the producer — Solar Valley Meals.
The USDA discover listed choose merchandise shipped nationwide beneath José Olé, Casa Mamita and Walmart’s Nice Worth Model.
They have been made by Ajinomoto Meals North America Integrated, in Lampasas, Texas — about 80 miles southwest of Waco — and San Diego.
The company says to not eat the listed merchandise — however to throw out or return them.
There haven’t but been any confirmed experiences of well being points associated to consumption of the merchandise.
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