Frozen taquitos are a great snack. Or meal, if you're a bachelor who's given up. The spicy beef, the corn tortilla, the jar of queso sauce, the crushing weight of sadness... it really is the perfect meal. But what I don't want while I'm sitting alone in my apartment binge watching The X-Files and devouring an entire box of taquitos is rubber and plastic getting in the way of my sole source of nourishment for the day. José Olé thought it would round out the diet, and their taquitos produced in late December of last year, which were shipped to stores across the country, including Illinois and Missouri.

Taquitos Recall Label

The recall, issued by the US Department of Agriculture, only affects the 60 ounce bags produced on December, and only for the beef taquitos with specific packaging numbers, with "Est. M-5590" in the USDA mark of inspection. While no injuries or illnesses have been reported due to the rubber and plastic contaminants, you are urged to dispose of or return the taquitos. If you have any questions, you can call the recall line at 909-477-4800. For now... stick with the shredded steak, those are safe.


I was just joking up there. I haven't binged watched The X-Files in 3 years.

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