Kellogg’s Cereal Recall: Possible Glass Fragments In Special K Red Berries
Kellogg’s recalls Special K Red Berries cereal because of possible glass fragments. Some boxes of the cereal could contain broken glass. Multiple box sizes are subject to the recall.
The Kellogg’s glass recall includes specific UPC codes and expiration dates, Fox News notes. The cereal company website urges customers to inspect any packages of the possibly impacted cereal stores inside the home.
An excerpt from release about the Special K Red Berries recall posted on the Kellogg’s website reads:
“If your package matches the information below, do not eat the food and contact us for a replacement coupon. We may also make arrangements to retrieve the food for further evaluation.”
The Kellogg’s cereal recall includes 11.2-ounce packages, the 22.4-ounce twin pack, and the 37-ounce boxes. Special K Red Berries boxes with the letters KXB, KXA, or KXC printed next to the “better if used before” date are not subject to the cereal recall.
The cereal company is reportedly instituting the recall as a precautionary measure. Although glass fragments may possibly be inside some boxes of Special K Red Berries, no reports of injury have occurred.
The Kellogg’s cereal which could contain glass fragments were sold at a host of retailers across America. Cereal sold in Canada is not a part of the recall. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Kellogg’s issued a recall for Frosted Mini-Wheats Bite Size cereal last fall. The October voluntary recall was due to the possible presence of metal fragments inside the designated boxes.
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