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Purely Elizabeth recalls granola products for possible glass, rock, plastic contamination

Purely Elizabeth

By: Kelcie Willis, Cox Media Group National Content Desk

Purely Elizabeth granola products sold at multiple national retailers are being recalled because they may contain plastic, glass or rocks.

CBS News reported that Purely Elizabeth has issued a voluntary recall for multiple granola products because of foreign matter contamination.

According to recall information on the company’s website, Purely Elizabeth’s Coconut Cashew Grain-Free Granola, Banana Nut Butter Grain-Free Granola, Pumpkin Spice + Ashwagandha Grain-Free Superfood Granola or Grain-Free Bars may be impacted by the recall.

“We are implementing this recall, because we learned that cashews provided by our supplier during a brief time this spring may contain foreign objects,” the company said in a news release. “We have taken corrective action and replaced this cashew supplier with a new one.”

The foreign matter was discovered by a customer, who informed Purely Elizabeth, according to CBS News. A company spokesperson told CBS News the products were sold at retailers Target, Walmart, Costco, Publix and Whole Foods, and online at Amazon, Thrive Market, and the Purely Elizabeth website.

Customers with affected products are asked to take a photo of the packages and email them to Customers should not consume the contents and dispose of the product after emailing a photo. The company is offering free replacement products.

More information on the recalled products, including photos and best by dates, is at the Purely Elizabeth website. Questions can be directed to Alternatively, customers with questions can contact Purely Elizabeth  or by phone at (720) 242-7525 Ext. 106, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MDT, Monday through Friday.

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