Recall: Blue Plastic Found in Lean Cuisine Chicken Dinners

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 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.

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it seems to me that NESTLE and its thousands of food product predominates the news when it comes to tainted food product. on top of that the comment by the NESTLE spokesman (O’HEARN)was pathetic to say the least;’NO REPORT OF INJURIES REQUIRING MEDICAL ATTENTION’ is that an answer to an incident that could have been much more consequential? blue pieces of plastic in some of it’s ‘*lean cuisine’ .(*in more ways than one) “RETURN THE PRODUCT TO YOUR SUPERMARKET OR TEL 800bla bla bla apparently the contaminated ingredients where ‘SHIPPED'(by sea from china?)to a lean cuisine facility. I think that… Read more »