Kellogg’s Cereal Recall: Claim your free box

By Peter Chubb - Jul 1, 2010

One of the biggest recalls of the year – if not the biggest – is the Kellogg’s cereal recall, which affects 28 million boxes of Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Froot Loops and Honey Smacks. We were advised to stop using the cereal; thankfully the big food brand is now offering instruction on how to claim your free box.

Debbie Turner from Only Kent learned from Chicago Tribune that if customers now phone Kellogg’s Customer Response Center, then they will be met by an automated voice who will give them instructions on how to get the free cereal – this will be the amount that you purchased.

After the message you just leave your name and address and the number of boxes of cereal that you purchased that have been affected by this latest recall. Within 7 to 10 days you will then receive a coupon, which you can then take to your local store to exchange them for replacements

There are people who still are worried about what could happen if they ate any of these affected cereals, for more details on this visit our recent FAQ article. Please share with us your thoughts and if you have felt ill after eating any of the above cereals.

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Also See: Kellogg’s Cereal Recall: Reasons why it happened

  • sharleen mcilveen

    I bought a box of rice krispies and they are darker colour than normal, my boys did not eat them.sha

  • Marion

    There is a free android application which help consumers to know if there boxes are wrong or not. It is called kellogg's recall list 2010. It is really easy to use. I hope this application will help people to ckeck there boxes.