PHOENIX - Frozen pizzas from popular brands DiGiorno and California Pizza Kitchen have been recalled due to possible plastic contamination.
Nestle Pizza Company issued the recall Thursday after a customer suffered a chipped tooth while eating one of the frozen pizzas. The suspected contaminants are clear, brittle pieces of plastic that may have sharp edges.
All of the pizzas in question were produced between February 26 and March 9. They were shipped to retail establishments nationwide.
The following products are subject to USDA recall:
- California Pizza Kitchen Limited Edition Grilled Chicken with Cabernet Sauce, UPC 71921 00781; production code 3059525952
- DiGiorno Crispy Flatbread Pizza Tuscan Style Chicken, UPC 71921 02663; production codes 3057525922 and 3058525921
The following products are subject to FDA recall:
- DiGiorno pizzeria! Bianca/White Pizza, UPC 71921 91484; production code 3068525951
- California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) Crispy Then Crust White, UPC 71921 98745; production codes 3062525951, 3062525952 and 3063525951
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