Oh Excellent, Your Cereal Might Contain Some Fragments of Glass
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This is just lovely: Kellogg has voluntarily recalled some Special K Red Berries cereal packages because some of them might just contain glass fragments. Yum.
According to a company statement, 11.2-, 22.4-, and 37-ounce packages Kellogg's Special K Red Berries could have glass fragments. Other sizes are exempt.
"At Kellogg, our number one priority is the quality and safety of our foods," a statement says. "All of our processes will be thoroughly reviewed and appropriate actions will be taken to help prevent this situation from happening in the future."
Of course, this isn't the first time glass fragments have made their way into processed foods; earlier this month, Lean Cuisine recalled their mushroom ravioli, which was found to contain glass particles.
Full details of packages affected by Kellogg's recall are below, from the consumer alert:
"• 11.2-ounce packages, UPC code 3800059923
- Better if Used Before Date of DEC 02 2013 followed by KNC 105 with a time stamp of 00:13-2:30
• 22.4-ounce packages, UPC code 3800078356
- Better if Used Before Date of NOV 30 2013 followed by KNA 105 with a time stamp of 07:00-08:51
- Better if Used Before Date of NOV 30 2013 followed by KNB 105 with a time stamp of 15:00-17:05
• 37-ounce packages, UPC code 3800020940
- Better if Used Before Date of NOV 30 2013 followed by KNB 107 with a time stamp of 17:31-20:05"
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