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Kraft Foods Recalls Single Code Date Of Planters Cocktail Peanuts

Kraft Foods Group, Inc. (KFT) said Friday that it is voluntarily recalling one code date of Planters Cocktail Peanuts sold in 12 oz canisters because there is a possibility that the product was exposed to water not intended for use in food during the production process.

The affected products were manufactured by Kraft Foods in Suffolk, Virginia.

About 3,000 cases of the recalled product, with code date 09-Jan-14, UPC 2900007212, were shipped to retail customers across the United States and Puerto Rico. The affected products were not distributed in Canada.

Consumers can find the code date on the bottom of the canister. No other code dates or any other Planters products are being recalled. Those who purchased the affected code date of the product should not eat them. They should return them to the store of purchase for an exchange or full refund.

There have been no illnesses reported or complaints related to the product, the company said.

by RTT Staff Writer

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