Kellogg’s, the leading cereal maker of the world, has recalled 28 million boxes of cereal.
The Kellogg’s recall is due to the fact it caused nausea and diarrhea, which resulted from an unusual taste and odor coming from the liner within the package.
Kellogg’s recall includes the brands of Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Fruit Loops and Honey Smacks.
Kellogg’s CEO and President David Mackay has apologized to their consumers and assured them that defected products are being removed from the market.
Kellogg’s recall was much-needed because the cereals are not meeting the quality standards. According to the company, Kellogg’s recalled products have not caused serious health problems, only temporary nausea and diarrhea.
Products in Canada will not be affected by the Kellogg’s recall. Consumers having any queries about the recall can call the company at their helpline.