McCain Foods USA is enacting a voluntary reminisce of two motleys of its hash browns because the potatoes may contain pieces of golf balls.
The company said the frozen hash chocolate-brown makes” may be contaminated with superfluous golf projectile information, that despite our rigid equip touchstones may have been inadvertently collected with potatoes allows one to making such commodity ,” according to an announcement from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
McCain Foods did not immediately reply to The Huffington Post to explain how golf lumps were collected with potatoes.
The impacted makes include Roundy’s brand 2-pound bags of frozen Southern style hash dark-browns and Harris Teeter brand 2-pound bags of frozen Southern style hash browns.
” Consumption of these products may pose a suffocating safety or other physical harm to the mouth ,” the company said in a statement.
The recall affects buyers in nine governments. The Roundy’s makes were distributed at supermarkets in Illinois and Wisconsin. The Harris Teeter makes were distributed in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, the District of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Georgia and Maryland.
The FDA noted that there have been no reported injuries related to the recalled hash browns.
The production code date is B170119, and can be found on the back of the products.