Uh-Oh, These Chicken Broth Cans Contain Spaghetti-Os

Do you have any 14.5-ounce cans of Swanson chicken broth around the house? You might have a strange but tasty surprise in store once you open up the can. Thanks to a mixup at the factory, 80 cases of cans labeled “Swanson broth” are actually Spaghetti-Os with meatballs. Campbell’s has warned customers not to eat the surprise pasta, which makes us sad.

The 80 affected cases came from a Texas facility and were manufactured on July 24. They’re marked with UPC 51000 02431. Campbell’s says that all affected cases went to the same grocery chain and were distributed in five states, but the company doesn’t name the grocer. The mystery cans could have ended up on store shelves in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, or Texas.

Affected cans should go back to the retailer where you purchased it for a full refund. Do not eat the delicious Spaghetti-Os. If you have any questions, call the company’s hotline at 866-495-3774.

80 Cases of Canned Pasta Labeled as Swanson 100% Natural Chicken Broth Recalled [Press Release] (Thanks, Frank!)

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