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Recall expands of P.F. Changs frozen meals

Considered a high-risk health hazard

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – ConAgra Foods is recalling almost 192,000 pounds of P.F. Chang's frozen dinners after small metal shards were found in sugar used in the food's sauce, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service.

The recall expands on the company's July 7 recall of 3,800 pounds.

The metal fragments are said to be between two and nine millimeters in size. The affected products were made between May 31 and June 22.

The recall is considered a Class I recall, a high-risk, serious health hazard.

The recall includes:

  • P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Brand
    Signature Spicy Chicken
     
  • P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Brand
    Mongolian Style Beef 
     
  • P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Brand
    Beef with Broccoli
     
  • P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Brand
    Shrimp Lo Mein
  • P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Brand
    Sweet & Sour Chicken

 

  • P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Brand
    General Chang’s Chicken 
     
  • P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Brand
    Garlic Chicken with Dan Dan noodles 
     
  • P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Brand
    Grilled Chicken Teriyaki with Lo Mein Noodles 

Consumers with questions can contact ConAgra at 1-800-252-0634.