Mac and cheese from Kraft recalled for metal contamination

An estimated 6.5 million Kraft Mac and Cheese boxes in the US are being recalled by the manufacturer due to possible metal bits that could be mixed into the food, the U.S. News reported on March 17.

According to Kraft Foods Group Inc., the recall affects “Kraft Macaroni & Cheese” original flavor bearing “best before dates” from September 18 to October 11, 2015. The 7.25oz boxes can be bought individually or in three different packages. The company stated that they have received eight complaints from consumers regarding metal contamination in the food products. No one suffered injuries before the recall was issued. The recalled boxes were also sold in other countries in the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, and South America. Consumers are warned not to eat the recalled Mac and Cheese products and immediately bring it back to the store to get their money back.

The legal team of the Goings Law Firm, LLC, strongly believes that in Columbia alone, many people unknowingly suffer serious illnesses as a result of eating contaminated foods. If you think this happened to you, our skillful lawyers may possibly work for you in pursuit of financial compensation from the negligent parties responsible. Call us today at (803) 350-9230 to learn more about your legal options.