Bimbo Bakeries recalls potentially contaminated snacks

Nearly 500,000 units of snacks sold in 30 states are being recalled by Bimbo Bakeries after plastic bits were found mixed in with the products. The processed pastries are liable to cause injuries to consumers, a report of CNN stated on August 31.

According to the recall, the affected chocolate chip muffin and brownies packages may contain small plastic pieces that can cause laceration or choking injuries to consumers. The Pennsylvania-based bakery group of companies confirmed that they have been notified by consumers regarding plastic mixed with their snacks including one claim of injury. Bimbo has listed all the possibly affected products on their website and they encourage consumers to contact them regarding the recall. Bimbo also said that they will refund the money of consumers who bought the potentially harmful products.

Attorney N. Craig Richardson represents Lake Charles individuals who have suffered injuries as a result of accidentally consuming contaminated food products. If you are in such a situation, he may be able to help you receive the compensation you need for recovery. Find out how he may help you today by calling (337) 381-5349.