In another recall over plastic contamination, GSK Consumer Healthcare has recalled certain Benefiber fiber supplements because they may present a choking hazard from green plastic pieces or shavings from the bottle’s cap.

The recall affects Benefiber Healthy Shape Prebiotic Fiber Supplement powder sold in 500G with a UPC code of 886790018872 and a lot code of MP8B. Expiration date is Sep2021.

Also affected by the recall is Benefiber Prebiotic Fiber Supplement powder sold in 500G with a UPC code of 886790218302 and a lot code of YT2Y and 7D6E. Expiration dates are Oct. 2021 and Nov. 2021, respectively.

Benefiber Prebiotic Fiber Supplement sold in 760G has also been recalled. It has a UPC code of 8886790211907 and a lot code of UV5C and 648H. Expiration dates are Oct2021 and Nov2021, respectively.

The contaminated fiber supplements were distributed to retails stores and online nationwide from Oct. 28, 2019 to Jan. 21. Labels of the recalled Benefiber can be viewed here.

Consumers that have purchased the affected fiber supplements should stop using the product immediately. To receive a refund on the recalled Benefiber, or for more information, consumers can call the GSK Contact Center at 1-800-452-0051, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST.

GSK has received one consumer complaint about green particles found inside the bottle of a fiber supplement product. Consumers that have experienced problems related to the recalled Benefiber should contact their healthcare provider.

Five lots of Benefiber fiber supplement powder has been recalled. Benefiber was on display at the NYC Benefiber cooking competition hosted by Bravo's Top Chef All Star winner Richard Blais at Herald Square on October 24, 2013 in New York City. Getty Images/Manny Carabel