Totinio’s Pizza recall and Jen’s Pizza recall have gone into effect by General Mills. The frozen pizzas reportedly may have an E. coli contamination.
Generall Mills says it is recall an estimated 5 million pizza’s. The Totino’s Pizza recall and the Jeno’s Pizza recall are due to an investigation into 21 different cases spanning across 10 different states. There have been a total of 21 cases so far of E. coli. Out of the 21 cases 9 of them have involved the individual eating one of these two brands of pizza.
The Totino’s Pizza recall and Jeno’s Pizza recall was done voluntarily by General Mills. The recall covers all the pepperoni pizzas that have been made since July. The company is requesting that consumers that have purchased these brands of frozen pizza just throw the pizza away. They have also stated that they will provide replacements for the pizzas consumers have had to throw away.
If you have some of the pizzas in your freezer you are going to want to check the dates and toss them out if they fall into the category provided above. Don’t mess around with E. Coli it is nasty stuff. We will provide and update of any breaking news regarding the recall.
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