Pot pies sold at school fundraisers recalled in 15 states after metal pins are found inside

More than 7,500 chicken pot pies sold in 15 states to help schools raise money are being recalled after a consumer reported finding metal straight pins inside one of them.

Park 100 Foods, which made the pot pies being sold by the fund-raising firm Market Day, is recalling all those made on Oct. 9 at the company's Kokomo, Ind., plant, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced.

The pot pies are 2.5 pounds and with the order number 7138. The production code 28209 is stamped on the side label. They were sold through Dec. 30.

Those who have the pot pies are asked to not prepare or eat them and return them to get a refund. No injuries have been reported.

Market Day apologized to its customers on its Web site and said that particular lot of pot pies is the only item in its catalog being recalled. "We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause...," the company wrote.

For those who purchased the pot pies who have questions, call Market Day at 877-632-7753 or Park 100's Corporate Director of Quality Jim Fish at (317) 853-4280.

Market Day distributed the pot pies to the following states: Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
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