WASHINGTON (DTN)--Kelloggs is recalling some of its cereals because they may contain undeclared egg, milk, soybeans or almonds, Oster Dow Jones news service reported.
No illnesses or allergic reactions have been reported so far.
The company is recalling some of its Cracklin' Oat Bran cereal because it may contain undeclared egg, milk or soybeans. The company is recalling some of its Smart Start cereal club store packs because they may contain undeclared almonds and milk.
Affected by this recall are 327,400 packages of 17-ounce Kellogg's Cracklin' Oat Bran cereal distributed through retail grocery stores nationwide.
The company is recalling 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.
Kellogg's said the ingredients were inadvertently mixed in with products that shouldn't have them after a temporary breakdown in manufacturing facility production and packaging processes.