Kellogg\'s Info

Posted on: Wed, 10/20/1999 - 11:05pm
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Hi everyone,

Just wanted to let you know that I've just gotten off of the phone with my Kellogg's Consumer Affairs Specialist and she passed on the same information that you've already posted. One thing I didn't see mentioned in previous posts though regarding the plant identifiers (KB, KS, KL) -- the KS plant is closing so in the future, only KB and KL will be considered "nut free facilities". I was very impressed with Kellogg's response to my questions! Thanks Andrea!!

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