In the aftermath of a malfunction in its production lines, Kellogg's (i.e. the multinational food manufacturing company) saw fit to recall roughly 3 million boxes of cereal.
Company representatives explained
that their reason for recalling these products had to do with the possibility of their containing bits of metal.
“We have initiated a voluntary recall due to the possible presence of fragments of flexible metal mesh from a faulty manufacturing part,” reads Kellogg's statement on this matter.
Furthermore, “Recalled products include only Frosted Mini-Wheats Bite Size Original and Mini-Wheats Unfrosted Bite Size with the letters KB, AP, or FK before or after the best if used before date.”
Seeing how these boxes of cereal have been made available to customers all throughout the US, the company now asks that people check if the packages they have recently purchased are safe to eat.
A more detailed list of the food products targeted by this recall is made available for you here