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Organic muesli, granola recalled for Listeria risk in ingredient

New England Natural Bakers is recalling its branded organic muesli and granola products sold under the Evoke Organic and Millville brands across the U.S. because of possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. The Greenfield, MA, company did not name the ingredient or the supplier, only reporting that “the company has been notified by an ingredient supplier… Continue Reading

Nature Path granola recalled from Costco because of Listeria

Another granola recall is underway because of possible Listeria contamination, this one from Nature’s Path Foods Inc. for their brand of Coconut & Cashew Butter Crunchy Granola, which was sold at Costco stores in Canada. Nature’s Path notified Costco warehouses in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan of the issue, according to a  recall notice posted… Continue Reading

Wildway, Trader Joe’s grain-free granola recalled for Listeria

Trader Joe’s and Wildly LLC are recalling their grain-free granola because a supplier notified them that an ingredient used in the granola “has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.” San Antonio-based Wildly LLC posted the recall with the Food and Drug Administration June 14, naming its own branded grain-free granola and the Trader… Continue Reading

Kashi products added to recalls because of sunflower kernels

The Kasha Co. is recalling granola bars and granola from retail and club stores nationwide because of possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. The recall by the Solana, CA, company is the latest in a series of precautionary, voluntary recalls because of potentially contaminated sunflower kernels that were used in dozens of foods. Kashi’s recall applies… Continue Reading

Allergen Alert: Peanuts in Snacks

Eillien’s Candies is recalling Yogurt Raisins, Granola Mix and Cinnamon Granola Mix because they may contain peanuts that aren’t listed on the ingredient labels. The recall was initiated when it was discovered that Yogurt Covered Peanuts may have been mixed with Yogurt Covered Raisins. There have been no reported adverse reactions. The products are safe… Continue Reading