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If you buy these pills, “DO NOT EAT THEM.”  Authorities remove from shelves product also for sale in Portugal – Executive Summary

If you buy these pills, “DO NOT EAT THEM.” Authorities remove from shelves product also for sale in Portugal – Executive Summary

Kellogg's is pulling its new corn and cocoa flakes product from supermarket shelves due to a “quality defect”. According to the brand, there were “solid pieces of grain” in this product, and it is also on sale in Portugal.

This situation occurred in the United Kingdom, Spain, and Italy, where regulators in these countries issued notices warning citizens against consuming these pills.

“Kellogg's is recalling Kellogg's Chocolate Flavor Cornflakes because they may contain small, hard pieces of food that have built up in the product. This makes the product unfit for consumption,” the brand wrote on its page.

Although it is not harmful to consumers, Kelloggs warns: “If you purchase the above product, do not eat it. Instead, dispose of the product and contact Kellogg's.”

Cocoa Corn Flakes were launched in January in Portugal, Spain, the UK, Ireland, Belgium and Italy.

In the Spanish market, the regulatory body launched the alert and explained all the measures to consumers through a post on the social network X.

Kellogg's confirmed that other types of grains were not affected and can be consumed normally.

Executive Digest has contacted the Authority for Food and Economic Security (ASAE) and is awaiting reaction to the measures that the regulatory body intends to adopt in Portugal.