WARNING! Your favorite blue box of original flavor Kraft Mac and Cheese might not be safe to eat!!
How many of you are spitting out Mac and Cheese right now??
Keep spitting. There could be metal in that bite!
Kraft is recalling 242,000 cases of mac and cheese, which is equal to about 6.5 million individual blue boxes of mac.
The dangerous boxes have a “best when used by” date between 9/18/15 and 10/11/15 and have the code “C2” marked on them.
Kraft is aware of EIGHT incidents of customers finding small bit of metal in the boxes, but there have not been any reported injuries, thankfully.
The recall affects the U.S., Puerto Rico, and some countries in the Caribbean and South America.
If you have a box that falls in that date range and has the C2 on it, you can bring it back to the store you bought it from for a refund or exchange. You can also get a refund directly from Kraft.
So unless you like to eat your mac and cheese next to a powerful electromagnet, please check the date on your box!!
[Image via Kraft/Twitter.]