Clio Snacks has initiated a recall of some frozen treats because they may contain very small metallic fragments from a piece of production equipment/machinery. Clio brand snacks are sold by Costco.
“The problem was identified and was promptly corrected. No injuries have been reported. The items that may have been impacted and are subject to the recall are listed below the recall actions requested,” according to a recall notice on the Costco website.
Any consumers who have the affected products are urged to dispose of them immediately. Consumers can contact email@example.com with proof of purchase for reimbursement in the form of a print-at-home or physical coupon, according to the recall notice.
“Our team remains in close communications with the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and has taken proactive measures in remedying this situation. We are working with our trusted retail partners to implement the recall and remove the affected lots from shelf,” according to the Clio notice.
Consumers with questions can also contact the company via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The recalled products are:
- Clio Snacks Mixed Berry & Peach Less Sugar, 16 count, UCP number 854021008220, expiration dates ranging from 2/14/2021 to 7/11/2021;
- Clio Snacks Vanilla & Strawberry Minis 24 count, UPC number 854021008138, expiration dates from 2/21/2021 to 7/4/2021; and
- Clio Snacks Vanilla & Strawberry 16 count, UPC number 854021008022, expiration dates from 2/14/2021 to 5/9/2021.
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