RECALL: Popular Kellogg cookie brands recalled over unlabeled peanut residue
Kellogg has issued a recall for several cookie and brownie products over fears they may contain peanut residue that was not noted on the label.
The recall was made after the company's flour supplier discovered some of its wheat flour had low levels of peanut residue. Even trace amounts of peanut can cause a serious allergic reaction for some people.
A total of 17 different products are being recalled, including varieties of cookies and brownies sold under Keebler, Famous Amos, Special K brownies, Mother's and Murray brands.