Kellogg’s Recalls Cookies, Snacks Over Allergen Worries
The Kellogg Company is recalling several cookie and snack products, after it was discovered they could be contaminated with allergens.
The cereal company, based in Battle Creek, says that they were informed by their flour supplier, Grain Craft, that their wheat flour could contain low amounts of peanut residue. While Kellogg’s is voluntarily recalling the products, they do say that the level of peanuts found in the completed product is not expected to cause health problems for most people with peanut allergies.
The affected products include certain types of Keebler and Famous Amos cookies, and if you have any of the affected products you can contact Kellogg’s for a refund.
For a full list of recalled products go to Kelloggs.com/flourrecall.