Recall: Stonyfield Farm yogurt

March 31, 2008

Organic yogurt maker Stonyfield Farm has announced a voluntary product recall of its non-fat blueberry yogurt products.The recall comes in response to the possibility of glass fragments in the product. Although the company believes the problem is not widespread, it is taking this precautionary measure to ensure the safety of its consumers.

Affected products would be 6-ounce Fat Free Blueberry yogurts carrying one of following product codes printed along the cup bottom that start with the following dates: Apr 14 08, Apr 15 08, April 25 08, Apr 26 08

There are no reports of injury. People who bite into or swallow a fragment could possibly be injured, prompting this precautionary recall.

Stonyfield Farm is also advising its distribution network to remove the 6-ounce fat free blueberry yogurt from the shelves immediately. The product is sold at natural food stores and major grocery retailers nationwide.

Consumers are instructed to return opened and unopened containers to their retailers. Those returning product will be reimbursed for the full value of their purchase.

Consumers with questions should contact Stonyfield Farm Consumer Relations at 1-800-PRO-COWS, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


One Response to “Recall: Stonyfield Farm yogurt”

  1. Rob Says:

    Just try to find out from Stoneyfield or from Agrana exactly what the substance is that they added to the food. No one seems willing to name it. I have been getting a run around from both

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