January 24, 2019

Meijer Recalls Greek and Low Fat Yogurt for Possible Glass Particles

Meijer is announcing a voluntary recall of some Meijer branded Greek and Low Fat Yogurt for the possibility of foreign material contamination. More specifically, there may be small glass particles in the containers. No illnesses, injuries, or additional product concerns have been reported to date in connection with this issue.

A customer returned a yogurt cup that contained two small pieces of glass. The company investigated the retailers’ manufacturing facility and found there may be a possible risk of contamination in the yogurt cups.

The expiration date for all of the recalled products is 3/8/2018. The recalled products are all Meijer brand. They include Greek Yogurt 0% Black Cherry in 5.3 ounce containers with UPC number 7-08820-12657-2; Yogurt Low Fat Blueberry in 6 ounce packages, with UPC number 7-08820-41513-3; and Greek Yogurt 0% Plain in 5.3 ounce containers with UPC number 7-60236-11601-1. Also recalled is Greek Yogurt 0% Vanilla in 5.3 ounce containers, with UPC number  7-60236-11603-5; Greek Yogurt 0% Strawberry in 5.3 ounce containers with UPC number 7-60236-12418-4; and Greek Yogurt 0% Blueberry, also in 5.3 ounce containers, with UPC number 7-60236-12431-3. You can see pictures of product photos at the FDA web site.

The products are packaged in a plastic cup with a foil seal. The label has the UPC numbers. These products were sold in Meijer stores in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, and Wisconsin.

If you purchased any of these products, do not eat them. Throw them away in a sealed or double bagged package, so other people and animals can’t get at them. Or you can take them back to the Meijer store where you bought them for a full refund.

Meijer Yogurt Recall

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