Fragment Concern Prompts Mini Wheats Recall
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Kellogg is recalling boxes of its popular Mini Wheats cereal over concerns they could be contaminated with small fragments of metal.
According to the FDA, there's a possibility that pieces of a metal mesh off a faulty machine part could have made their way into the cereal.
The recall affects nearly three million boxes of Kellogg's Original and unfrosted Bite-Size varieties.
The company says contamination is highly unlikely but it's pulling the boxes as a precaution.
So far, no injuries have been reported.
For more information, call Kellogg at 800-962-1413.