Hash Browns recalled, may contain golf ball pieces

Southern Style Hash Browns (Courtesy CNN)

(CNN) – Some hash browns are being recalled because they may contain pieces of golf balls.

The frozen Southern Style Hash Browns are sold in nine states under Harris Teeter and Roundy’s brands.

The producer, McCain Foods, says some golf ball materials may have been accidentally harvested with potatoes.

The company warns eating the hash browns can lead to choking.

So far, there have been no reports of injuries.

The recall affects 2-pound bags sold in “Harris Teeter”, “Marianos”, “Metro Market”, and “Pick ‘N Save” supermarkets.