P.F. Chang’s Recalls Frozen Dinners for Metal Fragments

Nearly 200,000 pounds of frozen chicken and beef entrées recalled
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Metal fragments range in size from two to nine millimeters in diameter.

ConAgra Foods has recalled approximately 195,597 pounds of frozen P.F. Chang’s chicken and beef entrées for possible contamination by metal fragments.

The fragments range in size from two to nine millimeters in diameter, according to the USDA. They are described as “curled, malleable, and shiny,” and might be found in the sauce of the recalled products.

An employee found metal fragments July 1 while dispensing sugar for the sauce, and ConAgra Foods was notified July 14 of the sugar recall for potential metal contamination.

There have been no adverse reactions or injuries associated with the recall. Consumers are urged not to consume the recalled products and either throw them away or return the product to the place of purchase.

Recalled products include P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Signature Spicy Chicken, P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Mongolian Style Beef, and P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Sweet & Sour Chicken. A full list can be found here.

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