Recall from Kelloggs

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Cereal producer Kellogg USA is recalling a number of its cereal
products because they may contain undeclared egg, milk or soybeans
and almonds.

Cereal producer Kellogg USA is recalling a number of its cereal products because they may contain undeclared egg, milk or soybeans and almonds.

The company is to recall some of its Cracklin' Oat Bran cereal and some Smart Start cereal club-store packs because they may contain undeclared almonds and milk.

The recalls were initiated after an investigation of consumer complaints revealed that products containing the listed allergens were mixed in with products which do not contain these allergens.

Subsequent investigations, stated the cereal company, indicate that the problems were caused by a temporary breakdown in the manufacturing facility production and packaging processes which only affected specific 'Better If Used Before' dates.

Affected by this recall are 327,400 packages of 17-ounce Kellogg's Cracklin' Oat Bran cereal distributed through retail grocery stores nationwide and 22,176 club-store packages of 41.03-ounce Kellogg's​Smart Start cereal. These packages were distributed through Costco and BJ's Club Warehouse stores nationwide.

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