Popular Granola Brand Recalled From Walmart, Whole Foods, Amazon, etc.

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May 17, 2019May 17, 2019

On Friday, May 17, the news was reported that one of America’s most popular granola brands is being recalled. Purely Elizabeth has issued a voluntary recall of some of their granolas.

According to reports, the products were sold across the nation at several different stores including Whole Foods, Fresh Market, Walmart, Target, and Amazon.

The recall covers several different types of granolas. The company released a statement about the issue.

They wrote, “If you have purchased our Coconut Cashew Grain-Free Granola, Banana Nut Butter Grain-Free Granola, Pumpkin Spice + Ashwagandha Grain-Free Superfood Granola, they may be impacted by this recall.”

The recall was issued over the fact that foreign objects were discovered in a variety of products. The nuts from the company’s cashew supplier included foreign objects, such as rocks, plastic, and even pieces of glass.

The company said, “We are implementing this recall because we learned that cashews provided by our supplier during a brief time this spring may contain foreign objects. We have taken corrective action and replaced this cashew supplier with a new one.”

Purely Elizabeth asked that anyone who has purchased the specific items should not consume them. Instead, consumers should check the UPC codes and compare them to the Purely Elizabeth website.

Have you purchased this kind of granola? Make sure that you check your UPC code before eating it! In other recent news, a sickening report has just emerged that a doctor was just accused of infecting 400 kids and babies with HIV