Over 190,000 lbs of food products recalled in the US due to metal fragments

Over 190,000 lbs of frozen food products by restaurant chain P.F. Chang are being recalled due to fears that they may cause harm to consumers due to metal fragments found in the food, a July 20 article from Fox News stated.

According to reports P.F. Chang first issued a recall on July 19 after learning that their food products might have pieces of metal fragments with estimated measures of 2 to 9 millimeter. P.F. Chang then decided to include many products in the recall after ConAgra told them that a sugar supplier confirmed the possible contamination. Incidents of injuries as a result of consumption of the affected food products were not yet reported. However, ConAgra said that consumers could likely sustain injuries from consuming food with debris measuring 7mm that is not hard or sharp.

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