Beech-Nut Nutrition recalling jars of baby food due to concerns over glass pieces

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WASHINGTON — Beech-Nut Nutrition has announced the voluntary recall of approximately 1,920 pounds of baby food products that may be contaminated with pieces of glass.

Courtesy: Beech-Nut

Courtesy: Beech-Nut

According to the USDA, the only products impacted are the 4-oz. glass jars containing “Stage 2 Beech-Nut CLASSICS sweet potato & chicken” bearing the establishment number “P-68A” inside the USDA mark of inspection. The affected product expires in December 2016.

There has been one reported injury involved in the recall.  Beech-Nut provided the following questions and answers on its website:

How do I get a refund or replacement?

You can return your recalled product to the store where you purchased it. If you have any concerns, we want to hear from you.

Are any other products affected?

No other production dates, jars or varieties of Beech-Nut products are affected by this recall.

What should I do if I think my baby has eaten the affected product?

Please consult with your medical professional if you believe your child has consumed the recalled product.

Should I throw away the recalled jars of Sweet Potato & Chicken I purchased, or should I send them to Beech-Nut?

We are encouraging our customers to return the recalled product to the store they purchased it from for a full-refund or exchange.

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