Take them back! Philly Steak Hot Pockets Contain Beef from Diseased and Unhealthy Animals


Sometimes you just have to ask yourself,

“Who does that?”

Unfortunately in this specific instance, it is Nestle and they’re trying to make you sick with their under-priced yet ‘gourmet’ hot pocket products.


On Tuesday the company recalled their Philly Steak and Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese Hot Pockets due to them being affected by a meat recall from the Rancho Feeding Corporation.

“The reason is due to the recall announced last week by Rancho Feeding Corporation which affects many companies,” Nestle announced.

The corporation recalled over 8.7 million pounds of beef that was processed using diseased and sick animals.

Nestle stated that if you have either of these two products in your freezer to take them back to your grocer for a full refund. But I would take any Hot Pocket product and throw it away in the garbage because a product THAT CHEAP ($2) cannot ever be as gourmet as they state, I don’t care what chef they put in their commercials.

Their products are processed and bad for you.

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