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Kellogg's recalls some Red Berries cereal due to potential glass fragments

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Battle Creek-based Kellogg's is voluntarily recalling three sizes of its Special K Red Berries cereal because certain packages could contain glass fragments.

According to an alert posted on the company's web site, the recall covers certain specified 11.2-oz., 22.4-oz., and 37-oz. boxes.

The food affected by the recall can be identified with the following information:

11.2-ounce package
- UPC Code 38000 59923
- Better if Used Before: DEC 02 2013 KNC 105 00:13 through DEC 02 2013 KNC 105 02:30

22.4-ounce twin pack
- UPC Code 38000 78356
- Better if Used Before:
  - NOV 30 2013 KNA 105 07:00 to NOV 30 2013 KNA 105 08:51
  - NOV 30 2013 KNB 105 15:00 to NOV 30 KNB 105 17:05

37-ounce package
- UPC Code 38000 20940
 - Better if Used Before:  NOV 30 2013 KNB 107 17:31 to NOV 30 2013 KNB 107 20:05

Consumers with these packages are asked no to eat the food and instead contact Kellogg's for a replacement coupon, either via the company's website or by calling 800-962-1413 (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. ET).

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