Kellogg’s issues voluntary cookie recall due to peanut risk
Kellogg's has issued a voluntary recall for some of its products due to fears of peanut contamination.
The recall is linked to Grain-craft, the company that supplies flour to Kellogg's.
Grain-craft recently recalled its wheat flour because of potential peanut residue.
The affected products include Keebler, Famous Amos, Special K, Mothers and Murray lines.
The company says it has gotten no reports of illness related to the products.
Frito-Lay and Hostess brands have issued similar recalls.
A list of the affected products can be found at the FDA's website.