Kellogg Company recalls more than 20 products, including snacks and cookies

Images of some recalled products (Kellogg's)

(WFLA) — The Kellogg Company is recalling more than 20 products because they may contain undeclared peanut residue. This follows a previous recall by the company’s flour supplier.

The recall involves certain varieties and limited dates of production of snacks and cookies with brand names Mother’s, Keebler, Kellogg’s Special K, Murray and Famous Amos.

Individuals with severe peanut allergies should avoid the recalled products, but the FDA says it does not anticipate adverse health effects in the “vast majority of peanut allergic customers” because the amount of peanut exposure from the flour is low.

The following products have been recalled:

  • Keebler® Gripz® Variety On the Go Pack
  • Keebler® Gripz® Grahams Cinnamon
  • Keebler® Chips Deluxe® Gripz® Mighty Tiny Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Keebler® Animals Crackers 2.4 oz. Cup
  • Keebler® E.L. Fudge® Double Stuffed Sandwich Cookies
  • Keebler® Mini Sandies® Shortbread Cookies
  • Keebler® Cookie Dough Minis
  • Keebler® Disney Frozen Graham Snacks Cinnamon On the Go Caddy
  • Keebler® Disney Frozen Graham Snacks Cinnamon 2.2 oz. Cup
  • Famous Amos® Chocolate Chip cookies 2.7 oz. Cup
  • Famous Amos® Cookies Chocolate Chip cookies 12.4 oz.
  • Famous Amos® Double Chocolate Chip cookies
  • Famous Amos® Chocolate Chip Pecan cookies
  • Kellogg’s® Special K® Mini Brownies Blondie
  • Kellogg’s® Special K® Mini Brownies Fudge
  • Mother’s® Double Chocolate Chip Minis Cookies
  • Murray® Ginger Snaps Old Fashioned Ginger Cookies
  • Keebler® Honey Grahams – 200 count and 30 count
  • Keebler® Graham Cracker Crumbs
  • Keebler® Premium Whole Chocolate Crèmes
  • Keebler® Animal Totes
  • Keebler® Graham Cracker Crumbs

Consumers can contact the Kellogg Company for a full refund.

More information on the specific products being recalled is available here.

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