Plastic Pieces in Hot Dog Buns Prompt Recall from Bake Rite Rolls

Plastic Pieces in Hot Dog Buns Prompt Recall from Bake Rite Rolls
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February 25, 2016

Bake Rite Rolls is issuing a recall for hot dog buns because of an unwanted addition.

The company, a division of Northeast Foods, is recalling its 100 Percent Whole Grain Hot Dog Rolls due to the possible presence of plastic.

The recalled product is sold in plastic bag bearing bakery code 09, Julian code 304 or 305, and a fresh-through code of 11-11 or 11-12.

The company believes that about 6,900 bags of the hot dog buns are potentially impacted by this issue.

Bake Rite distributed the affected product to locations in Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers this action to be a Class II recall, meaning that exposure to this product may cause temporary or medically reversible adverse health consequences. The risk of serious health issues is small.

Customers with questions about this recall can contact Northeast Foods at (410) 558-3050 or (800) 769-2867.