Recall issued after glass, hard plastics bits found in Hot Pockets

first_img Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp IndianaLocalMichiganNews Google+ Pinterest Facebook Facebook By Jon Zimney – January 18, 2021 1 169 Previous articleMore agreement than not as work begins on next two-year budget in IndianaNext articleDozens of stop signs stolen in LaPorte County Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. (95.3 MNC) More than 760-thousand pounds of Hot Pockets are being recalled due to the popular lunchtime and snack time treat potentially contained pieces of glass and hard plastic.The problem was discovered after several consumers reached out to Nestlé to report they’d made the discovery. At least one person reported a “minor oral injury.”The Hot Pockets in question have a February 2022 expiration date, contain 12 “premium pepperoni, chicken & beef pizza garlic buttery crust” Hot Pockets.They are sold in 54-oz carton packages containing 12 “Nestlé HOT POCKETS BRAND SANDWICHES: PREMIUM PEPPERONI MADE WITH PORK, CHICKEN & BEEF PIZZA GARLIC BUTTERY CRUST” with a “BEST BEFORE FEB 2022” date and lot codes 0318544624, 0319544614, 0320544614, and 0321544614.The product was shipped to retail locations nationwide.The problem was discovered when the firm received four consumer complaints of extraneous material in the pepperoni hot pocket product.If you have any of the tainted products, you ‘re advised to throw them away or return them to the place of purchase. Recall issued after glass, hard plastics bits found in Hot Pockets WhatsApp Twitterlast_img read more

AUDIO: Corbett refuses to be drawn on retirement speculation

first_imgBut says he would happily hand over the jersey to the younger players. Tipperary senior hurler Lar Corbett refuses to be drawn on retirement speculation at the end of the season. The 34 year old Thurles native along with the rest of the Tipp senior hurling panel are preparing to take on the winners of Clare and Limerick in the Munster Championship semi-final on the 21st of June. Speaking to Tipp FM, ahead of the Irish Sun Sports Pack GAA Road Show tour in Thurles tonight, the former Hurler of the Year wouldn’t comment on whether or not this will be his last season in the blue and gold of Tipperary. last_img

Junior supporter Ina Murphy honoured by Colin Montgomerie

first_img Ina Murphy, who has encouraged countless youngsters to enjoy golf, has been honoured by Colin Montgomerie for her long-term service to junior golf. Ina, from Fulford Heath Golf Club, near Birmingham, was celebrated at the Golf Foundation President’s Awards, where she received the Sir Henry Cotton Award. She was recognised alongside others who give their time and enthusiasm for grass roots junior golf. Golf Foundation President Colin Montgomerie greeted each winner on stage in the Wentworth Club’s magnificent ballroom. Colin supports the Foundation’s aim to make the game more accessible to children from all backgrounds and circumstances through its ‘HSBC Golf Roots’ programme, and he commended the work of the award winners. Ina Murphy has been a junior organiser at her club for the last 10 years and has generated links within the local community where, with a colleague, she provides coaching to a number of primary and secondary schools using Tri-Golf and her own collection of clubs for older children. She has been County Junior Organiser for Worcestershire & Herefordshire and now has special responsibility for promoting county coaching to junior girls aged 8-17. She has achieved PGA Level 1 Coach status. Golf Foundation chief executive Mike Round said: “Often awards like this go to well-known or high profile individuals, but our winner comes from the army of volunteers who give up their own time for the benefit of others.” Other winners were: The Mackenzie Award for an initiative that shows how golf can be used to promote positive life messages was won by the Swingz Project in Liverpool involving Everton Football Club, The Golf Academy and Liverpool City Council . The Gus Payne Award for the club that raises the most money for the Golf Foundation’s initiatives and was won by Royal Worlington and Newmarket Golf Club. The club raised £4,000 compared with the national average of £22 per club. The Bonallack Award for a great schools programme was presented to Bridlington School Sport Partnership and Flamborough Head Golf Club in Yorkshire. The Laddie Lucas Award for the best local initiative went to the Rural Derbyshire S1chool Sport Partnership and Ashbourne Golf Club The Critchley Award for the best major project was awarded to the Plymouth HSBC Golf Roots City Project. This was a collaboration between Cornwall County Golf Partnership, Devon County Golf Partnership, golf club operator Crown Golf and the Golf Foundation. The Gallacher Award for volunteer of the year was presented to Gareth Hughes, from Rhondda Golf Club. The Sinclair Award for the PGA Professional who has carried out junior development work of real excellence went to Philip Pearson, of Eaton Golf Club in Norwich. The Burroughs Award is presented to those who support young golfers as they deal with adversity and this year’s winner is The Leicester Development Group. For full details visit 25 May 2012 Junior supporter Ina Murphy honoured by Colin Montgomerie last_img read more