Recalled Southern Style Hash Browns May Be Contaminated with Golf Ball Materials

The products may pose a hazard of choking or other physical injury to the mouth

Recalled Southern Style Hash Browns May Be Contaminated with Golf Ball Materials
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April 24, 2017

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In an unexpected development, McCain Foods USA is recalling frozen Southern-style hash browns because they may be contaminated by golf ball materials.

The affected products may pose a hazard of choking or other physical injury to the mouth if consumed.

The recalled food items were sold under Roundy's brand in two-pound bags of Frozen Southern Style Hash Browns with UPC 001115055019 and under Harris Teeter brand in two-pound bags of Frozen Southern Style Hash Browns with UPC 007203649020. They were manufactured on January 19, 2017 and include production code date B170119, which is located on the back of the package. No other production code dates are affected.

The Roundy's products were distributed in Illinois and Wisconsin at the Marianos, Metro Market, and Pick 'n Save supermarkets. The Harris Teeter products were sold in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, the District of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, and Maryland.

Although no injuries have been reported in association with this recall, consumers who bought these products are urged to either throw them away or return them to the place of purchase.

For more information, consumers can reach McCain Foods at (630) 857-4533.