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A New England-based company’s cheese and dough products were recalled last week after razor blades were found in the items.

Hannaford Supermarkets issued a recall on Oct. 11 for all Portland Pie cheese and fresh dough sold in the chain’s deli department, according to a statement from the company.

“After what is believed to be further malicious tampering incidents involving metal objects inserted into Portland Pie products, Hannaford has removed all Portland Pie products from all store shelves and has paused replenishment of the products indefinitely,” the statement said.

No injuries or illnesses have been reported in connection with the recall, the company noted.

Out of an abundance of caution, the company said it has expanded its recall of the pizza-making products to include all Portland Pie branded products at Hannaford’s stores and broadened the timeframe.

Now, customers who purchased Portland Pie cheese and fresh dough at any Hannaford store between Aug. 1 and Oct. 11 have been urged not to consume the products and return them to the store for a full refund, according to the company.

People who bought the products have also been urged to check storage areas like freezers for Portland Pie cheese or dough that may have been purchased and frozen during the recall timeframe, Hannaford said.

Hannaford has locations throughout Massachusetts.

The supermarket chain said it continues to cooperate with investigating authorities, including the Saco Police Department, as Portland Pie branded products are supplied by the Scarborough, Maine-based company “It’ll be Pizza."

Sunday evening, police in Dover, New Hampshire took into custody Nicholas Mitchel, who had an outstanding warrant for his arrest in connection with the “Hannaford’s Portland Pie pizza dough razor blade case,” the Saco Police Department said in a Facebook post.

This evening the Dover, NH Police Department located Nicholas Mitchel and took him into custody on the outstanding warrant for his arrest in the Hannaford's Portland Pie pizza dough razor blade case.

Posted by Saco Police Department on Sunday, October 11, 2020
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Supermarket recalls frozen pizza doughs after customer discovers razor blades stuffed inside

A man was arrested for reportedly putting razor blades into pizza dough sold to customers at SacoHannaford Supermarket in Maine. Authorities were notified about the alleged food tampering on October 6 after surveillance footage showed a man who was identified as Nicholas R. Mitchell, tampering with the packaging of several Portland Pizza Pie Doughs.

The suspect was a former associate of the company that manufactures the dough for Portland Pie. Police were quick to release information on Mitchell to the public in an effort to swiftly track down the suspect. Authorities caught up with MItchell in Dover, New Hampshire, just two hours after his arrest order was put out.

According to the Saco Police Department, a customer had purchased the pizza dough brand and later found a number of razor blades inside the product.

The grocery store pursued their own investigation and reviewed security surveillance footage which led them to catch Mitchel in the act of tampering with the products.

At this time, Mitchell's motives for his actions are still unclear or whether he was on a mission to target a specific person, ABC News reported.

So far, there have been no reports of injuries or illnesses in connection with the case and it currently remains under investigation.

A recall has since been issued for all Portland Pie cheese and Portland Pie fresh dough sold in Hannaford Supermarkets. A statement from the company read :

"After what is believed to be further malicious tampering incidents involving metal objects inserted into Portland Pie products, Hannaford has removed all Portland Pie products from all store shelves and has paused replenishment of the products indefinitely."

Customers who have purchased Portland Pie pizza dough and Portland Pie cheese sold in Hannaford's deli section or in any Hannaford store between the dates of August 1 - October 11, 2020 are advised not to consume the said products. All products that were purchased during this time may be returned to the store in exchange for a full refund.

The Dover Police Department now has Mitchell in custody..

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Hannaford recalls some prepared foods for Salmonella risk

Hannaford recalled a store-brand rotini salad for possible bacterial contamination on Thursday, just days after also recalling another pasta casserole and two types of frozen pizzas for the same reason.

The Taste of Inspirations Rotini Salad — including the 4-pound bulk container, as well as the 6- and 13- ounce pre-packed containers — have been recalled because the product "has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella," Hannaford said.

The company has also recalled their 10-ounce bulk frozen Rigatoni Casserole, 18.25-ounce Taste Of Inspirations Asian Pizza and 20.1-ounce Taste Of Inspirations South of the Border Pizza

The northeast grocery store chain has several locations in the Capital Region.

Customers who have purchased a recalled product should return the item or proof of purchase to their Hannaford store for a full refund. For a full list of Hannaford recalls, hannaford.com.

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Hannaford, the Maine-based grocery store chain says the reason for the recalls is because the products have the potential to have bacterial contamination.

The items in question are the store's 'Taste of Inspirations' brand Asian Pizza and 'Taste of Inspirations' South of the Border Pizza.

A report from WMTW says the products have been pulled from store shelves and customers who purchased either type of the 'Taste of Inspirations' Pizza (Asian style or South of the Border style), are asked to return the item or provide proof or purchase to receive a refund.

Below, is the information for each item in the recall:

The Taste of Inspirations South of the Border Pizza being recalled has UPC #2543999549 and a best-by date of March 27, 2019.

The Taste of Inspirations Asian Pizza being recalled has UPC #72543999548 and a best-by date of March 27, 2019.

Hannaford is based in Scarborough, Maine and has locations throughout New England.

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March 14, 2016

A frozen pizza manufacturer is issuing a recall for a mislabeled product.

Frozen Specialties is recalling cheese pizza products sold under the Hannaford and Food Lion brand name. The product features the kosher symbol on its retail packaging, but the product is not kosher. This symbol is a trademark of the Orthodox Union, an organization known for its kosher certification service.

Each of the products is packaged in a 5.2 ounce container. The Hannaford product bears UPC 0 41268 19400 1, while UPC 0 35826 08821 5 or 0 35826 08815 4 can be found on the Ford Lion containers. The recalled pizzas bear a best-by date falling from 07/22/2016 to 10/26/2016.

About 264,000 Food Lion pizzas are mislabeled, while 5,800 Hannaford pizzas are included in the recall.

Frozen Specialties distributed the affected product to store locations in New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers this action to be a Class III recall, meaning that exposure to this product is not likely to cause adverse health consequences.

Consumers with questions about this recall can contact Frozen Specialties at (419) 867-2005.

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Hannaford recalled a store-brand rotini salad for possible bacterial contamination on Thursday, just days after also recalling another pasta casserole and two types of frozen pizzas for the same reason.

The Taste of Inspirations Rotini Salad — including the 4-pound bulk container, as well as the 6- and 13- ounce pre-packed containers — have been recalled because the product "has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella," Hannaford said.

The company has also recalled their 10-ounce bulk frozen Rigatoni Casserole, 18.25-ounce Taste Of Inspirations Asian Pizza and 20.1-ounce Taste Of Inspirations South of the Border Pizza

The northeast grocery store chain has several locations in the Capital Region.

Customers who have purchased a recalled product should return the item or proof of purchase to their Hannaford store for a full refund. For a full list of Hannaford recalls, hannaford.com.

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