Food Products Recalled Over Possible Glass Contamination

According to the companies issuing the voluntary recalls, no illnesses or injuries have been reported.
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Two different products from two different companies are being pulled off store shelves for one reason: possible glass contamination.

Emerald brand 100-calorie packages of roasted and salted cashews are being recalled after the company received a customer complaint. 

Snyder’s-Lance, Inc., the company that makes the cashews, says the affected nuts have "best before" dates of several days in December 2016. 

In a separate recall, Roland Foods, LLC is warning people to not consume certain cans of fire roasted red pepper strips due to "the possible presence of glass fragments in the product."

In both recalls, no injuries or illnesses have been reported. 

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