Recall Alert: Cheese Nips Recalled Due to Contamination Concern

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently announced a voluntary recall of a limited quantity of Cheese Nips in 11-ounce boxes following a potential plastic contamination concern. According to Mondelez Global LLC, the makers of Cheese Nips, there are currently no reported injuries or illnesses from the recalled product.

If you have this product at home, read on for important information.

photo: Courtesy of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration 

Recalled Product Description: Cheese Nips

The current recall includes 11-ounce boxes of Cheese Nips with the retail UPC code 0 44000 03453 5 and best when used by dates of “18MAY20,” “19MAY20,” and “20MAY20.”

Why the Cheese Nips Were Recalled

Mondelez Global issued the recall after small food-grade yellow plastic pieces of a dough scraper were found in a small amount of the product. As of now, there are no reports of injuries, illnesses or adverse reactions due to the recalled product.

How To Tell If Your Cheese Nips Were Recalled

The only products included in this recall are 11-ounce boxes of Cheese Nips with the UPC code 0 44000 03453 5. This product was sold in retailers nationwide.

What Consumers Can Do

If you have the recalled product, don’t eat it. Throw the Cheese Nips away and contact the production company at 1-844-366-1171 for more information.

—Erica Loop



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