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Hard lumps in Kellogg’s cereals – Product recall



After receiving notice from the competent bodies of the Community of Madrid, the Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN) has reported the possible presence of hard lumps in some Kellogg´s cereals, which is why they have been withdrawn from the market as a preventative measure.

The problem has occurred in some chocolate corn flakes, Corn Flakes Cocoa, from the popular Kellogg’s brand.

These cereals are sold in 330g packages, with SKU code 5103141001.

The alert affects all batches and expiration dates.

The incident was detected and communicated (to customers and the competent authorities) by the company itself in its self-control activities. The company has preventively withdrawn this product worldwide, to avoid possible problems of suffocation or dental damage among consumers.

If you are a consumer of these cereals, check if you may have any affected packaging at home, in which case you should not consume it to avoid risks. If you have already consumed them and have any strange symptoms, go to your medical centre.



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