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Trader Joe’s fans! We’ve got some important news to share, and it’s not about a new yummy treat hitting the shelves this time. It’s all about keeping you safe, so listen up!
You know how much we all love Trader Joe’s for its amazing selection of goodies, but sometimes, even our favorite stores hit a little snag. Recently, the grocer had to pull one of its popular frozen dinners off the shelves because of a little mishap—a potential contamination with a foreign material. Yikes!
The dinner in question is Trader Joe’s Chicken, Lentil & Caramelized Onion Pilaf, and if you’ve got one lurking in your freezer, it’s time to give it a closer look. You’ll find it with SKU #75473. No need to panic, though—we haven’t heard of any cases of folks getting sick from it, but better safe than sorry!
If you’ve got one of these dinners hanging out in your freezer, don’t eat it! Trader Joe’s is asking everyone who bought it to either toss it out or bring it back to the store for a full refund. Your safety is their top priority, after all.
Got questions? We’ve got answers! Reach out to Trader Joe’s Customer Relations team at (626) 599-3817, Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. PT. If you prefer to drop them a line, shoot them an email. They’re here to help!
Now, we know you’re probably wondering what this mysterious “foreign material” is all about. We wish we could tell you, but Trader Joe’s hasn’t spilled the beans just yet. But hey, we’re all in this together, right? Let’s keep an eye on our favorite grocery store and make sure everyone stays safe and sound.
And hey, don’t let this little blip put a damper on your Trader Joe’s love! Remember, even the best of us have our off days. So, keep enjoying those delicious finds, and here’s to many more tasty adventures ahead!