Kelloggs recalls chocolate cornflakes over choking fears

Food Standards Agency in UK has advised customers to dispose the product and contact the brand


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Photo: The Food Standards Agency website
Photo: The Food Standards Agency website

Published: Fri 24 May 2024, 10:35 AM

Last updated: Fri 24 May 2024, 10:47 AM

Popular brand Kelloggs is recalling chocolate cornflakes in the UK following complaints of hard lumps in the cereal that could be a potential choking hazard.

According to UK's Food Standards Agency, Kellanova, the company which manufactures the cereal, has asked consumers who had bought chocolate cornflakes packs to dispose of them "as a precaution".

It said the hard lumps "do not break down when eaten with milk" and could also result in damage of teeth.

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FSA has also advised customers to contact the brand for full refund.

Consumers who have bought 450g boxes with best before dates ranging from 6 December 2024 to 28 April 2025 have been urged to throw them away.


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