Kraft's Velveeta Cheese Recalled Due to Wire Pieces in Product

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Kraft Foods Inc. has issued a recall of their Velveeta Shells & Cheese single-serve microwaveable cups due to the possible presence of wire pieces in the product, according to recent news sources.

About 137,000 cases are affected by the recall. The products were shipped all over the United States. No consumers have complained as of yet.

The products subject to recall are the 2.39 ounce Velveeta Shells & Cheese original microwaveable cups with a best-when-used-by date of May 16, 2012 and UPC 2100002322; Velveeta Shells & Cheese original four-pack microwaveable 2.39-ounce cups that have best-when-used-by dates of April 24, 2012 to May 16, 2012 and a UPC of 2100002339; the 2.19-ounce Velveeta Shells & Cheese made with 2% milk microwaveable cups with best-when-used-by dates of March 25, 2012 to March 30, 2012 and UPC of 2100002323; Velveeta Shells & Cheese made with 2% milk four-pack 2.19-ounce microwaveable cups with best-when-used-by dates of March 29, 2012 to April 12, 2012 and UPC 2100002946; and 2.44-ounce Velveeta Rotini & Cheese Broccoli microwaveable cups with best-when-used-by dates of April 29, 2012 to May 14, 2012 and UPC of 2100002318.

Consumers can return their products to where they got them for a full refund or exchange.

As a Los Angeles personal injury attorney, consumer health is something that I am very conscious of and I know that even with tough rules and regulations on manufacturers mistakes can still be made. I encourage anyone who find foreign materials in their food to report in immediately. The product defect lawyer at our law firm sincerely hope that no one has been sickened by consuming the recalled product.