Before you pour that bowl of cereal, take a look at this!
Consumers of Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats should beware that the company has recalled packages of the breakfast cereal after a manufacturing glitch may have left metal fragments in some of the packages.
The company announced the voluntary recall this week, saying that metal from a faulty manufacturing part may have ended up in some of its cereal products.
The recall affects Frosted and Unfrosted Bite-Size Mini-Wheats in sizes from single-serve bowls to 70-ounce packages.
The Kellogg's website has posted the UPC codes of cereals included in the recall. You can find a link to the site below under Related Links, if you think your cereal may be contaminated.
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