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Seven types of frozen pizza have been voluntarily recalled, nationwide, by Annie’s Inc., due to the possible presence of metal fragments in the dough.

Although the company states that no metal has been found in the finished product, the recall was initiated out of an abundance of precaution. To this date, there have been no consumer complaints or illness in conjunction with this recall.

The recall involves the following pizza products in stores across the country that carry a “best by” date between January 9 and September 14.

Organic Four Cheese Pizza: UPC of 013562 200016

Organic Pepperoni Pizza: UPC of 013562 200009

Organic Supreme Pizza: UPC of 013562 200023

Organic Spinach and Mushroom Pizza: UPC of 013562 200054

Four Cheese Pizza: UPC of 013562 200078

Pepperoni Pizza: UPC of 013562 200061

BBQ Recipe Chicken Pizza: UPC of 013562 200092

The company is working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to quickly and efficiently resolve the issue. Consumers should contact the company with further questions. They can be reached at 1-888-825-6720 or by visiting

Update: January 25 – Hunts Tomato Sauce Recalled

ConAgra Foods has initiated a voluntary recall of certain lots of its 8 ounce Hunts Tomato Sauce (regular variety) along with Hunts Tomato Sauce (no salt added) that were packaged in cans that contained a defect in the inner lining.

At this time there have been no reports of safety concerns, but the can defect may cause it to swell and then burst upon opening. The products were distributed in several states including Nevada.

Below are the product dates that are included in the recall:

Hunt's Tomato Sauce (8-ounce cans):

  • JUL 23 2014
  • JUL 24 2014
  • AUG 29 2014
  • AUG 30 2014
  • OCT 08 2014

Hunt's Tomato Sauce No Salt Added (8-ounce cans):

  • JUL 23 2014
  • AUG 29 2014
  • OCT 07 2014
  • OCT 08 2014

The company asks that consumers who have purchased the affected items contact them at 866-511-7752 for a free replacement.

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