General Mills Totino's and Jeno's Frozen Pizza Recall - E. coli

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According to the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, General Mills Operations has issued a recall on just over 3 million pounds of frozen meat pizza products that may be tainted with E. coli O157:H7 and could also be connected to a recent rash of E. coli O157:H7 infections.

Which Products Were Recalled?

Potentially tainted food products on the list to be recalled include:

  • Totino’s Original Crisp Crust Party Pizza – Pepperoni (10.2 oz. package)
  • Totino’s Original Crisp Crust Party Pizza – Classic Pepperoni (10.2 oz. package)
  • Totino’s Original Crisp Crust Party Pizza – Pepperoni Trio (10.2 oz. package)
  • Totino’s Original Crisp Crust Party Pizza – Combination Sausage & Pepperoni Pizza (10.7 oz. package)
  • Totino’s Original Crisp Crust Party Pizza – Three Meat Sausage, Canadian Style Bacon & Pepperoni Pizza (10.5 oz. package)
  • Totino’s Original Crisp Crust Party Pizza – Supreme Sausage & Pepperoni Pizza w/ Green Peppers & Onions (10.9 oz. package)
  • Jeno’s Crisp ‘n Tasty Pizza – Pepperoni (6.8 oz. package)
  • Jeno’s Crisp ‘n Tasty Pizza – Combination Sausage & Pepperoni Pizza (7 oz. package)
  • Jeno’s Crisp ‘n Tasty Pizza – Supreme Sausage & Pepperoni w/ Green Peppers & Onion Pizza (7.2 oz. package)

All of these items contain the establishment number “EST. 7750” inside the USDA mark of inspection in addition to a “best if used by date” marked on the package no later than “02 APR 08 WS.” This date is based on a 155-day shelf life.

Was My Pizza Product Recalled?

Consumers should search their refrigerators for similar pizza products. These recalled frozen pizza products were manufactured prior to October 31, 2007 and shipped to retail stores across the country. If any of these products are found, retain the boxes and do not consume the pizza.

The Tennessee Department of Health conducted a joint investigation with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention when numerous bouts of E. coli O157:H7 sicknesses were reported in multiple states.

Our attorneys are no longer taking General Mills Totino’s and Jeno’s Frozen Pizza Recall cases. But if you or someone you love have been harmed by a tainted food product, contact Morgan and Morgan’s class action attorneys. Read more about our active class action lawsuits.