Just days after Breakstone’s cottage cheese was recalled for plastic and metal contamination, Mondelez Global LLC (MDLZ) has recalled Nabisco Cheese Nips because they may also be contaminated with yellow plastic pieces.

The recalled crackers include 11-ounce boxes with a UPC code of 0 44000 03453 5 and Best When Used By Dates of 18MAY20, 19MAY20, and 20MAY20. The affected crackers were sold in retail stores nationwide. Labels of the recalled Cheese Nips can be viewed here.

According to the company, the possible contamination happened during the production process from a dough scraper. The plastic is food grade, Mondelez said.

Consumers should not consume the recalled crackers. They should throw away the Cheese Nips and can contact Mondelez at 1-844-366-1171, 24 hours a day, for more information about the recall. Consumer Relation specialists are also available Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST.

Mondelez has not received any reports of injury or illness from the recalled crackers. The company said no other products are affected by the recall.

Shares of Mondelez stock were down 0.71% as of 11:42 a.m. EST on Thursday.

Nabisco Logo The Nabisco logo is visible at an Oreo cookie display in a store July 1, 2003 in Miami, Florida. Kraft Foods Inc., the nations largest food manufacturer and the maker of Nabisco cookies and crackers, plans to examine the nutrition of its products and take steps to fight obesity and promote health. Photo: Getty Images/Joe Raedle