Bush's Best Vegetarian Baked BeansRusty metal rod in the bowl

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My husband choked on a 3/4 inch rusty metal rod that he spooned out of a bowl of Baked beans. The can was marked use by May 2010 and was purchased at a Southern California large grocery chain. Lot #5087A of Bush's Best Vegetarian baked beans.

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    Grillin Beans Apr 18, 2017
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    PLEASE DO NOT POST MY EMAIL ADDRESS ABOVEL...

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    Grillin Beans Apr 18, 2017
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    First of all I purchase No other brand of beans, they are the best tasting...but on Easter at dinner my son found piece of granite, stone of some kind in the Bourbon and Brown Sugar can of which I purchased more than one can. Code on can is [protected]...Please advise, if you wish to see item send me postage paid envelope...my email is [email protected] as senior this upset me very much, kind of afraid to eat more beans now.

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    HERB THURMER Mar 26, 2015

    I FOUND ACHAIN LINK IN A CAN OF BUSHS BAKED BEANS 1195C BKMPL H 2101 BEST BYJAN 2018 CALLED BUSHS PHONE LINE AND THEY SAID TO SEND THEM THE CAN AND LINK-

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