When I say people love macaroni and cheese, I mean it. Like, people get crazy over mac and cheese, and they’ll do anything to it to make it better. Mac and cheese and bacon? You bet. Healthier mac and cheese? Of course; anything to eat better and not give up anything. Mac and cheese with small shards of metal? Uh, well… no, mac’n’steel isn’t a very popular flavor, and when it shows up on your shelf, you would do right to discard it. Kraft is recalling 242,000 cases of macaroni and cheese sold throughout the United States and the Caribbean over steel shards possibly contaminating the food.
The boxes affected are ones marked with best between the dates Sept. 18, 2015 and Oct. 15, 2015 and were sold throughout the United States. Canada has dodged a shardy yellow bullet this time. This isn’t the first time Kraft has had this issue, either; the company previously recalled 137,000 cases of Velveeta Shells & Cheese back in 2011 over the same issue. Apparently when something gets in the cheese machine gears, your mac gets a bonus metallic seasoning.
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