The Quaker Oats Company announced today the market withdrawal of the granola bars and granola cereals included in this detailed list www.quakergranolarecall.com
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The products listed on this website (www.quakergranolarecall.com) were produced in the United States and distributed to Bermuda. Therefore, the company informs potential consumers to check their pantries for any of the listed products and discard them.
Additionally, consumers with any of the mentioned products can return the described product to the original store where they purchased it, presenting their purchase receipt. For additional information, consumers with any of the mentioned products can contact the customer service hotline: email@example.com
To date, Quaker has not received reports of illnesses related to the products covered by this market withdrawal. Quaker has reported these actions to the relevant local authorities.
It is important to note that this withdrawal ONLY APPLIES to the specific products listed (www.quakergranolarecall.com), and NO OTHER Quaker product is affected.
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