A portion of Philly Steak and Cheese style of the Hot Pockets brand have been recalled due to a possible diseased and unsound animals contamination.

In a world where a major fast food chain like Subway used chemicals found in plastics and rubber in their food, are we still surprised to find that diseased meat may have been used in Hot Pockets?

This delicious after school snack maker might just be reacting to a USDA recall of beef and other animals products released last friday(2/14). Nestle is jumping out in front of this by doing a recall of their own.  As of now no illness has been reported.

Here is the Nestle recall of their product that might be tainted:

 

 Item and pack size Consumer UPC Batch Code Best Before Date
1. HOT POCKETS Philly Steak and Cheese
8x9ozUS
43695 07107 8 3021544512
3029544512
3197544512
3240544512
MAR ‘14
MAR ‘14
SEP ‘14
OCT ‘14
2. HOT POCKETS Philly Steak and Cheese
4x54oz US
43695 07520 5 3022544513
3191544512
3224544512
3254544512
3268544512
MAR ‘14
SEP ‘14
OCT ‘14
NOV ‘14
NOV ‘14
3. HOT POCKETS Philly Steak and Cheese 4x22.5ozUS 43695 15990 5 3197544512
3240544512
SEP ‘14
OCT ‘14
4. HOT POCKETS CROISSANT CRUST Philly Steak and Cheese 8x9ozUS 43695 05634 1 3211544512
3248544512
3283544512
SEP ‘14
NOV ‘14
DEC ‘14