HEB brownie recall

H-E-B recalled these mini-brownie products Friday and warned customers against eating ones they may have already purchased. (Photos from H-E-B)

H-E-B pulled two varieties of mini brownie products off the shelves Friday and asked customers not to eat any they purchased before the recall.

After receiving consumer complaints, the chain investigated and concluded the two-bit brownies that are packaged under the H-E-B Bakery label in 12-ounce containers and as part of the H-E-B Simply Delicious Cookies With Brownie Bites Party Trays could be contaminated with metal fragments.

According to a news release, the brownies are manufactured by an outside supplier and distributed exclusively to H-E-B and Joe V’s Smart Shop stores in Texas and Mexico.

Customers can return the products to a store for a full refund. The company’s customer service line, 855-432-4438, can answer questions from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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