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Recall of pizza dough sold at Hannaford expands after razor blade incident

Hannaford is recalling all Portland Pie cheese and Portland Pie fresh dough sold at all stores, not just in Maine.

Hannaford Supermarkets is now recalling all Portland Pie cheese and Portland Pie fresh dough sold in the deli department at all stores. The recall initially involved only the store in Saco.In the expanded recall notice posted Sunday, Hannaford said it has removed all Portland Pie products from store shelves and paused new deliveries of products after what is believed to be malicious tampering incidents involving razor blades inserted into products.Portland Pie-branded products are supplied by It’ll be Pizza, based in Scarborough.The timeframe involved in the recall has also expanded. Customers who purchased the products at any Hannaford store between Aug. 1 and Oct. 11 are now told to return them for a refund. No injuries or illnesses have been reported in connection with this recall.On Sunday, police in Dover, New Hampshire, arrested Nicholas Mitchell, a former employee at It’ll Be Pizza, after Saco police identified him as a suspect in the razor blade incidents.

Hannaford Supermarkets is now recalling all Portland Pie cheese and Portland Pie fresh dough sold in the deli department at all stores. The recall initially involved only the store in Saco.

In the expanded recall notice posted Sunday, Hannaford said it has removed all Portland Pie products from store shelves and paused new deliveries of products after what is believed to be malicious tampering incidents involving razor blades inserted into products.

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Portland Pie-branded products are supplied by It’ll be Pizza, based in Scarborough.

The timeframe involved in the recall has also expanded. Customers who purchased the products at any Hannaford store between Aug. 1 and Oct. 11 are now told to return them for a refund.

No injuries or illnesses have been reported in connection with this recall.

On Sunday, police in Dover, New Hampshire, arrested Nicholas Mitchell, a former employee at It’ll Be Pizza, after Saco police identified him as a suspect in the razor blade incidents.

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