Trader Joe’s, Wildway Recall Grainless Granola for Listeria Concerns

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Wildway LLC has voluntarily recalled select grainless granola products for listeria concerns, one of which is distributed at Trader Joe’s locations.

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the products affected by the recall under the Wildway brand include:

— Wildway Apple Cinnamon Grain-free Granola, 8-ounce, UPC number 85866005190, lot code 096 097 and best-by dates of 040618 or 040718. • — Wildway Apple Cinnamon Grain-free Granola, 10-ounce, UPC number 864352000015, lot code 097 and best-by date of 040718.— Wildway Banana Nut Grain-free Granola, 8-ounce, UPC number 858660005176, lot codes 089, 096 and 100, and best-by dates of 033018, 040618, and 041018.— Wildway Coconut Cashew Grain-free Granola, 8-ounce UPC number 858660005183, lot codes 090, 096 and 101, and best-by dates of 103117, 110617, and 111117.— Wildway Coconut Cashew Grain-free Granola, 10-ounce, no UPC number provided, lot codes 090, 096 and 102, and best-by dates of 103117, 110617, and 111117.—Wildway Vanilla Bean Espresso Grain-free Granola, 8-ounce, UPC number 858660005206, lot codes 089 and 090.

According to an announcement made on Trader Joe’s website, the items affected by the recall have a SKU number of 56307, with best by dates from “032818” through “041018.” The products were only distributed in 23 states.

There have been no illnesses related to the recalled items to date. Consumers are urged to discard or return the product for a full refund.

The grainless granola recall follows shortly after Trader Joe’s recalled its green tea matcha ice cream for potentially containing bits of metal.

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