Unfortunately, the company's voluntary recall coincides with the busy back-to-school season. 

By Sarah Yang
Updated September 01, 2016
Credit: entenmanns.com

Before you pack any Entenmann’s goodies in your kids’ lunch boxes, you’ll want to hear this news first. Bimbo Bakeries, which manufactures the products, has issued a voluntary recall of the brand’s Little Bites snacks due to a potential choking and/or cutting hazard from small pieces of plastic in the packaging. The snacks being recalled are the Little Bites brownies (five-pack) and chocolate chip muffins (five-pack and 10-pack) with a “best by date” of October 8th, as well as variety 20-packs with a “best by date” of September 24th.

The recall notice says that the products were distributed in stores throughout the past two weeks. The announcement comes after the company received complaints of plastic in the product—a statement from the bakery says one injury was reported and the snacks have been removed from store shelves.

If you have this product, you can throw it away or bring it to the store for a full refund. For any other concerns or questions, call the company at 1-800-984-0989. Check here to see if the snacks in your home are affected.