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Kellogg’s Recalls Some Snacks, Cookies over Peanut-in-Wheat Issue

Kellogg Company is voluntarily recalling several snack and cookie products, which contain flour from Grain Craft, the flour supplier that discovered peanut contamination in one wheat variety it had been processing and distributing.

Kellogg’s becomes the third big packaged food brand to voluntarily recall snack products related to this peanut-containing wheat. Earlier in June 2016, Hostess and Frito Lay recalled a wide variety of their snack products.

Following is a list of products Kellogg’s recalled on June 13, 2016:

Keebler® E.L. Fudge Double Stuffed Sandwich Cookies (12 oz)
Keebler® Cookie Dough Minis (2.5 oz)
Keebler® Sandies Minis Simply Shortbread Cookies (1 oz)
Keebler® Gripz Variety On the Go Pack (14 count)
Keebler® Gripz Grahams Cinnamon (.9 oz pouch)
Keebler® Gripz Chips Deluxe Cookies (.9 oz pouch)
Keebler® Animals Crackers (2.4 oz cup)
Keebler® Disney Frozen Graham Snacks Cinnamon  (12 count)
Keebler® Disney Frozen Graham Snacks (2.2 oz cup)
Famous Amos® Cookies Chocolate Chip Cookies (12.4 oz)
Famous Amos® Cookies Chocolate Chip Pecan Cookies (12.4 oz)
Famous Amos® Double Chocolate Chip Cookies (12.4 oz)
Famous Amos® Chocolate Chip Cookies (2.7 oz cup)
Mother’s® Double Chocolate Chip Minis Cookies (12 oz)
Murray® Ginger Snaps Old Fashioned Ginger Cookies (16 oz)
Kellogg’s® Special K Mini Brownies Blondie (6 count)
Kellogg’s® Special K® Mini Brownies Fudge (6 count)

For exact UPC codes and best before dates, see Kellogg’s site here.

For the background on how the one type of Grain Craft wheat was found to contain low levels of peanut, see Allergic Living’s June 6, 2016 article here.

 

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