Green Mountain Gringo and Laurel Hill Foods have voluntarily recalled specific cases of tortilla strips and chips because a corn supplier’s flour may contain fragments of stainless steel mesh. The recall is precautionary. The supplier has a comprehensive metal control program in place and, to date, no injuries have been reported.
The recalled products carried by the Co-op include the following:
Green Mountain Gringo Yellow Corn Tortilla Strips
UPC 000 53852 00300 2
8 oz bag
Laurel Hill Sea Salt & Lime Tortilla Chips
6.5 oz bag
Customers who have purchased a recalled product from the Co-op should return it for a full refund.
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