Nestle has recalled 900,000 pounds of Lean Cuisine frozen dinners after receiving seven reports that the meals contained small pieces of blue plastic. One person reportedly bit into a piece of the plastic.
The dinners being recalled are the Cafe Classics Pesto Chicken with Bow Tie Pasta, Spa Cuisine Chicken Mediterranean and Dinnertime Selects Chicken Tuscan.
A Nestle spokesperson told ABCNews.com that “there have been no reports of any injuries requiring medical attention.”
O’Hearn said Nestle traced the blue plastic to a single lot of raw ingredients shipped to a Lean Cuisine facility.
“We are requesting that you return recalled items directly to your supermarket for a full refund,” said O’Hearn.
According to the USDA, the contaminated dinners were produced between Aug. 18 and Oct. 27 of this year. To determine whether a dinner in your freezer is contaminated, O’Hearn said consumers can call 800-227-6188 to check the production codes on the side of Lean Cuisine packages.