June 18th, 2010
12:26 AM ET

15 million pounds of SpaghettiOs recalled

Campbell Soup Co. is recalling nearly15 million pounds of canned "SpaghettiOs with Meatballs" because of possible under-processing, the U.S. agriculture department said.

The recall includes 14.75-ounce cans with a use-by date between June 2010 and December 2011 of three varieties of the product: "SpaghettiOs with Meatballs," "SpaghettiOs A to Z with Meatballs" and "SpaghettiOs Fun Shapes with Meatballs (Cars)."

Consumers who have purchased those products with a plant code of "EST4K" should not eat them and should return them to the store where they were purchased for an exchange or full refund, Campbell Soup said.

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  1. kat

    ok, so i know how to spell "buy" but just miskeyed!

    June 20, 2010 at 11:03 am | Report abuse |
    • Victoria

      This whole thread makes me sad. The article and even all of the comments. Also, it's ridiculous how a couple posters felt it necessary to make a second posting just to fix a typo they made, most likely because they knew someone would use it against them. If you're going to tell someone that it's just as cheap to buy healthy and that complaining about prices is just an excuse... maybe you could be a little more informative. It took Kat posting again before GK even went into any detail at all and even then it wasn't really all that helpful as far as Kat's predicament with price, it was informative for sure for other reasons. Telling someone to do something without giving them any information whatsoever about how to (etc) is not helpful (it's stupid I am even having to point this out because this should be understood). So, why do it? If your point is to scare someone into wanting to eat healthier, why not help them out a little bit more than that? Suggest a book to them, a website, etc? I can definitely see where someone would think eating "healthy" is expensive. My idea of healthy at one point was the very little selection of frozen organic stuff at my local grocery store (and also the line of organic products they carry as well... the maple syrup almost doubles in price– actually pretty much everything doubles in price in comparison to their non-organic counterparts). I just spent double this month what I'd normally spend because I am trying to go vegan, where as, with half that much I could get a ton of processed and crappy canned/boxed foods for just as cheap at discount food stores that would last me much longer! I am still working on making the switch but I can understand that it's intimidating to try to get healthier, learn how to eat properly or much better than before when all your life you've only eaten one way. Even when you do try to get healthier, you've always got those people who will say you're not doing good enough... "that apple wasn't organic". Not everyone has the resources to grow their own food nor the time, so the people who do it, it's commendable but you're only thinking from your perspective. "I can do it, so can you", you don't know every single person's living situation, life situation, income, etc who is posting here. I wish these articles weren't open for comments like they are these days!

      June 24, 2010 at 8:27 pm | Report abuse |
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