SpaghettiOs Recalled Over Choking Hazard

'Please don't eat this product,' company says of affected batch
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 13, 2015 3:51 AM CST
This product image released by the Campbell Soup Company shows its SpaghettiOs.   (AP Photo/Campbell Soup Company)
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(Newser) – Any cans of SpaghettiOs lurking in your cupboards should be inspected in case they're part of a batch containing a potential choking hazard, the Campbell Soup Company says. The company says pieces of red plastic from the lining were found in a small number of cans and that it is recalling a batch of 355,000 cans, NBC News reports. WSB-TV reports that the voluntary recall was made after complaints from consumers, who will be able to get full refunds. The affected cans have a date of Feb. 22, 2017, on the base of the can, with the UPC code 51000 22432 appearing under the bar code. "Please don't eat this product," Campbell says in a Facebook post. (The company has been tinkering with its chicken soup recipe.)

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