Do you ever worry if there is something weird in your food? Well, if you’re eating hash browns, then there just might be something funky in there.
Several states are no having their hash browns recalled because they run the risk of having chopped up golf balls in them. Yes, you read that right. GOLF BALLS.
The FDA confirmed this. The states at risk are North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Delaware, Virginia, and Washington D.C.
McCain food is recalling, voluntarily, 2-pound bags of “Harris Teeter Brand Frozen Southern Style Hash Browns.”
A similar situation is now going on in Illinois and Wisconsin, where they are recalling “Roundy’s hash browns” that are also made ‘southern style.’ The stores that are participating in that recall are Marianos, Metro Market and Pick’n Save.
These pieces are a choking hazard. So far, there have been no injuries related to this recall reported.
Hash browns are being recalled in several states because they may have bits of chopped up golf balls in them. The FDA confirmed McCain Foods USA is voluntarily recalling 2-pound-bags of Harris Teeter Brand Frozen Southern Style Hash Browns. The company says golf balls were quote “inadvertently harvested” along with the potatoes.