It smells of some serious common manufacturing error that is common amongst very different products.
It could reflect different products using common machinery.
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It's better to start from a clean slate - pull everything, dump it, straighten out the problems, new production run with full testing. Certainly a setback but sometimes things like this make companies better.
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I have to wonder about possible repeated thawing and refreezing after production. Sometimes it's so hard in the winter months that we let it thaw on the counter. In the warmer months, just getting it home without melting is a chore.Not to mention it's delivery to the stores and their refrigeration facilities.
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