General Mills recalls granola bars containing peanuts

A limited number of Cascadian Farm Granola Bars may be linked to a larger recall of peanut products due to salmonella contamination. General Mills announced the recall is a precaution because peanut pieces may have been sourced from Sunland, Inc. The peanut manufacturer has expanded its recall to 240 products after 35 people from 19 states have fallen ill.
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A limited number of Cascadian Farm Granola Bars may be linked to a larger recall of peanut products due to salmonella contamination, according to the Wall Street Journal.

General Mills announced the recall as a precaution because peanut pieces may have been sourced from Sunland, Inc. The peanut manufacturer has expanded its recall to 240 products after 35 people from 19 states have fallen ill.

Although no illnesses have been reported in connection to the granola bars, General Mills is urging consumers to check their pantries for any Cascadian Farm Granola Bars containing peanuts. A list of the granola bars affected can be found on the company website.

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