Multiple news agencies covering recall announcements have revealed recently that Oskri Corp. has issued a recall for all “Peach Granola” bags the company produces and distributes across the country.
According to the several news articles, the 3.53 once bags of the product are being recalled because it has been discovered the contents were mixed with cashews, items that are not listed as an ingredient in the “Peach Granola” product’s label. According to the official recall announcement, the possibly hazardous items were sold in flexible plastic bags with a stamp that reads UPC 666016111743 and the “best by date” 9/9/13 that can be found in the upper right corner of the product’s label.
The Food and Drug Administration has revealed in the official recall announcement that because these products’ labels do not demonstrate the presence of cashews, people with severe allergies to this ingredient could experience terrible allergic reactions. To avoid adverse reactions and diverse illnesses as a result of the consumption of this product, the company has decided to issue this recall immediately.
Consumers are advised they must refrain from consuming this item. If you have any samples of this product in your possession, you’re advised to contact the place of purchase right away, return the bag and receive a full refund in exchange.
Any questions or doubts related to this product should be addressed to the company or the federal agency right away. Hopefully, this recall campaign is successful and consumers are quick to respond to this announcement to ensure the safety of their loved ones.