The products were manufactured in the company's Franklin Park, Illinois, facility and shipped across the country.
A number of popular smokeless tobacco products were recalled Tuesday after consumers complained of finding sharp, metal objects inside the cans. So far, the complaints were received in Texas, Indiana, North Carolina, Tennessee, Wisconsin and Ohio.
The U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company has issued a recall.
Consumers can go to "usstcproductrecall.com" and enter their can's UPC code and trace code to see if their can is included in the recall.
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Altria said that in each of the reported cases, the foreign objects were visible to the consumer.
The recall was issued after eight complaints came in from people who had purchased the product. Here's a complete list of recalled products.
USSTC is instructing wholesalers and retailers to segregate the recalled products from their inventories.
The majority of USSTC's cans are NOT affected, according to the company, including Copenhagen Fine Cut in a fiberboard can, Copenhagen Long Cut in a fiberboard can and Copenhagen Long Cut Wintergreen in a plastic can. Consumers are urged not to open or use the products and to contact to the company to return them and receive a refund.
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