Kellogg Company recalls snacks, cookies over possible peanut residue

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NEW YORK — Kellogg Company recalled 23 varieties of snacks and cookies sold under multiple brand names over concerns that they may contain low levels of peanut residue.

Snacks under the brand names Keebler, Famous Amos, Special K, Mother’s, and Murray were pulled from supermarket shelves as a precaution after its supplier, Grain Craft, recently recalled wheat flour that has the potential to contain "low levels of peanut residue," according to the Food and Drug Administration.

Kellogg Company said there has been no reports of any illnesses.

The FDA also said the amount of peanut exposure from the flour is low and is not expected to cause adverse health effects.

Rold Gold recently recalled some of its pretzels due to similar concerns.

Consumers who bought the snacks listed under the recall can return the products to the store for a full refund.

For the full list of snacks recalled, visit the Kellogg Company website.

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