Get ready to head to the pantry to check your boxes, here is what you need to look for:

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Kraft is recalling six-and-a-half million boxes of macaroni and cheese that may contain pieces of metal.  Kraft announced the voluntary recall yesterday after eight incidents of consumers finding metal in the boxes.  The original flavor boxes have "best when used by" dates from September 18th to October 11th of this year, they also have the code "C2".  The boxes were sold throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and some countries in the Caribbean and South America. 

The recall covers the 7.25 ounce boxes that we sold individually and in packs of three, four and five. If you have the affected boxes, return them to the store you purchased them at for a refund.