Your Favorite College Snacks and Beer Could Cut Your Mouth

March 11th 2016

Danielle DeCourcey

Put that Corona down and avoid that cheesy microwave lasagna for now. It’s been a bad couple of days for college dorm staples like frozen food and beer.

Nestlé recalled nearly three million DiGiorno pizzas, lean cuisines, and Stouffer's meals because they may contain glass. In an unrelated incident, Corona recalled a small number of bottles because of glass contamination on March 10.

Nestlé’s recall is voluntary and the company said in a statement that no injuries were reported, but several customers complained about glass in their food.

A statement released by the company suggests that spinach could be behind the glass contamination:

No injuries have been reported. We are recalling these products because they may contain small pieces of glass that may cause injury. Although our investigation is ongoing, we believe the source of the glass is spinach that was an ingredient common to the products subject to this recall. Nestlé USA is taking this action out of an abundance of caution after several consumers reported that they had found small pieces of glass in some of these products.

Some Twitter users unhappily rushed to their freezers at the news, some were angry, and others got hungry.

Broken Glass, Everywhere.

Constellation Brands, the parent company of Corona, also issued a smaller voluntary recall for Corona Extra, affecting 1 in 5,000 of the 12-ounce clear bottles. It's the second time in two years that the company has recalled beer over glass particles, according to ABC News.

Corona Recall

The Twitter universe also showed its disappointment over potential glass particles swimming in its beer.

To be clear, you shouldn’t eat any of the recalled food, but it only affects specific products, so check before you chuck any frozen or drinkable goodness into the garbage. If you bought any of these foods below go to the Nestlé website and check the product code on the box.

List of Nestlé recalled foods

To check if your Corona is glass-free, look at the product code on the side of the bottle or the case and head to the Corona website.

Corona bottle code

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