August 7, 2020

KIND Oats & Honey Granola Recalled For Undeclared Sesame

KIND Health Snacks is voluntarily recalling a limited number of Oats & Honey Granola with Toasted Coconut because it may contain sesame seeds that is not listed as an ingredient in the product. The label does list “sesame seeds” under the “May Contain” statement. Anyone who is allergic to sesame seeds could have a serious reaction if they eat this product. No allergic reactions have been reported to the company to date.

The recalled product is KIND Oats & Honey Granola with Toasted Coconut. No other KIND products are affected by this recall. The recalled item is sold in a plastic pouch and is sold in two sizes. The 11 ounce size has UPC number 60265217186-4 and the 17 ounce size has the UPC number 60265225101-6.

The best by date, on the bottom of the pouch, is different for each size. For the 11 ounce pouch, the best by dates are from April 4, 2021 to June 1, 2021. For the 17 ounce pouch, the best by dates range from April 30, 2021 to June 1, 2021. The granola was made in the United States and was distributed through retail stores and ecommerce sites.

KIND is transitioning away from using sesame seeds in its Oats & Honey Granola recipe. This recall was started after KIND discovered that the product’s previous recipe was used and placed into new packaging that did not disclose sesame seeds as an ingredient.

If you bought this product in either size and are allergic to or sensitive to sesame seeds, don’t eat it. Throw it away or take it back to the store where you purchased it for a full refund.

Symptoms of food allergies can range from mild to severe. Anyone experiencing any severe symptoms, including swelling of the throat or tongue, or difficulty breathing, they should see a doctor as soon as possible.

KIND Oats & Honey Granola Recalled For Undeclared Sesame

 

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