Check your freezers because Boston Market frozen meals are the latest to catch the recall bug. 

Frozen "Boneless Pork Rib" meals by Boston Market have been recalled due to customer complaints of finding pieces of glass and plastic in them. 

What Is Being Recalled

USDA Food Safety and Inspection services recalled 10,000 lbs. of the meals on February 22. The meals were produced by Bellisio Foods, an Ohio-based company. 

The rib patties were produced between December 7, 2018, and February 15, 2019, at establishment number 18297. 

What to look out for:

  • Best by 12/7/2018 with lot code 8341
  • Best by 1/4/2020 with lot code 9004
  • Best by 1/4/2020 with lot code 9024
  • Best by 2/15/2020 with lot code 9046

The frozen meals were shipped to a facility in Arizona and distributed to retail locations nationwide. According to a report by 13 News Now, the specific locations still have yet to be identified and will be named later. 

Currently, there have been no reported injuries -- and we at OCN hope it stays that way. For more details, you can check out the recall on Bellisio Foods' website

What to Do 

Check your freezers for the contaminated product, and either dispose of the frozen meal or return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. 

For further questions, you may contact Bellisio foods at (855)-871-9977

The recalled labels are on both the left and right sides of the containers -- You can see them here

Bellisio Foods is urging people not to consume the Boston Market frozen meals. 

Do you think this is too many recalls in one year? Do you have one of the contaminated products in your freezer? Tell us in the comments. 

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