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Kashi TLC cookie recall shows Kashi is a brand with class

Kashi recall a sign of a class brandI like Kashi. I think it's a great brand with great products.

So it doesn't surprise me that I just got an email from them notifying me, as a Kashi consumer, that they are launching a voluntary recall of certain products to reduce consumer fear relating to the recent salmonella-tainted peanut butter scare.

Kashi products have nothing to do with the salmonella poisoning, but they made the call to do the recall regardless. I think that's cool and to be honest, I'm not surprised.

It's what I actually expect from a quality brand like Kashi.

Here's the entire email: 

Here at Kashi, we consider our consumers family. That’s why we’re taking a proactive position on the peanut product recall and recommending the following steps to protect your health and that of your families.

Since you received a Kashi™ TLC® Oatmeal Dark Chocolate cookie sample in the mail last year, we want to be sure you have the most updated information.

No doubt you have heard of all of the recalls involving peanut products from Peanut Corporation of America. Initially, our products were not involved, as only peanut butter and peanut paste were recalled—ingredients that we do not use in our products.

As Peanut Corporation expanded their recall to include additional peanut ingredients, we learned that the facility that bakes our TLC cookies used the recalled peanuts in products produced on the same line as our Oatmeal Dark Chocolate cookie. Therefore, we have voluntarily recalled all of our Kashi TLC cookies, including the cookie sent to you. If you still have the cookie, please throw it out just to be safe; we would never want to put our consumers’ health at risk.

Also included in this recall are:

  • Kashi® TLC® Chewy Granola Bars in Trail Mix and Honey Almond Flax varieties, 7.4-ounce box with a "Best If Used Before" date prior to September 19, 2009 and followed by the letters CD (SEP 19 2009 CD)
  • Kashi® TLC® Chewy Granola Bars Peanut Peanut Butter, 7.4-ounce box with a "Best If Used Before" date prior to August 8, 2009 and followed by the letters CD (AUG 08 2009 CD)
  • Kashi™ TLC® Chewy Cookies in Oatmeal Dark Chocolate, Happy Trail Mix and Oatmeal Raisin Flax varieties only, 8.5-ounce box with a "Best If Used Before" date prior to July 30, 2009
If you have purchased boxes of any of these products, you should throw them out and call us at 877-701-5868 for a refund. For more information, visit us at www.kashipeanutbutterrecall.com

Nice job Kashi. You get points for your quick response to this issue. Now I like you more than before!

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  1. Was wondering why the cookies were not to be found and then a friend suggested that the peanut scare may be why. This posting confirms that. Wondering, when will they be back on the shelves? Love those cookies and never feel too guilty when eating them!

    Posted by: Beth | March 21, 2009

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