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Emerald Cashews Recalled for Potential Glass Pieces Danger

Emerald Cashews Recalled for Potential Glass Pieces Danger

Recall followed a customer complaint, and an investigation is ongoing

Affected product is the Emerald 100 Calorie Packs Roasted & Salted Cashew Halves & Pieces.

We hate to break it to you, but there’s been another recall over concerns of glass fragments.

Snyder's-Lance has issued a voluntary recall of a limited number of its Emerald 100 Calorie Packs Roasted & Salted Cashew Halves & Pieces, as the products may contain “small glass pieces.”

The recall follows a consumer complaint, but no injuries have been reported to date, according to the FDA. The production code can be found next to the nutrition facts panel.

The company’s investigation is ongoing, but it believes the source is raw cashews received from a supplier. Consumers who have purchased the recalled products are asked to contact the company’s consumer affairs or call 503-364-0399 for a full refund.

Snyder's-Lance says, “The quality and safety of our products are the top priority for our company. We apologize to our retail customers and consumers and sincerely regret any inconvenience created by this recall. We are working and cooperating fully with the U. S. Food & Drug Administration on this voluntary recall.”


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Sharing your kitchen scraps and leftovers with your flock is a great way to vary their diet, especially when winter has killed the grasses and bugs they usually forage upon.

What can chickens eat? What treats are toxic or poisonous to your birds? Can chickens eat that?

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Sharing your kitchen scraps and leftovers with your flock is a great way to vary their diet, especially when winter has killed the grasses and bugs they usually forage upon.

What can chickens eat? What treats are toxic or poisonous to your birds? Can chickens eat that?

For the ultimate list of what you can and can&rsquot feed your flock, keep reading! And if you&rsquod like to save this list for later, you&rsquoll find a form below to have a printable version of this list sent straight to your inbox (or save it to your computer to reduce paper usage).

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The ULTIMATE list of what chickens CAN and CANNOT eat

Sharing your kitchen scraps and leftovers with your flock is a great way to vary their diet, especially when winter has killed the grasses and bugs they usually forage upon.

What can chickens eat? What treats are toxic or poisonous to your birds? Can chickens eat that?

For the ultimate list of what you can and can&rsquot feed your flock, keep reading! And if you&rsquod like to save this list for later, you&rsquoll find a form below to have a printable version of this list sent straight to your inbox (or save it to your computer to reduce paper usage).

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The ULTIMATE list of what chickens CAN and CANNOT eat

Sharing your kitchen scraps and leftovers with your flock is a great way to vary their diet, especially when winter has killed the grasses and bugs they usually forage upon.

What can chickens eat? What treats are toxic or poisonous to your birds? Can chickens eat that?

For the ultimate list of what you can and can&rsquot feed your flock, keep reading! And if you&rsquod like to save this list for later, you&rsquoll find a form below to have a printable version of this list sent straight to your inbox (or save it to your computer to reduce paper usage).

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The ULTIMATE list of what chickens CAN and CANNOT eat

Sharing your kitchen scraps and leftovers with your flock is a great way to vary their diet, especially when winter has killed the grasses and bugs they usually forage upon.

What can chickens eat? What treats are toxic or poisonous to your birds? Can chickens eat that?

For the ultimate list of what you can and can&rsquot feed your flock, keep reading! And if you&rsquod like to save this list for later, you&rsquoll find a form below to have a printable version of this list sent straight to your inbox (or save it to your computer to reduce paper usage).

If you have any questions, comments, or additions, please comment below!


The ULTIMATE list of what chickens CAN and CANNOT eat

Sharing your kitchen scraps and leftovers with your flock is a great way to vary their diet, especially when winter has killed the grasses and bugs they usually forage upon.

What can chickens eat? What treats are toxic or poisonous to your birds? Can chickens eat that?

For the ultimate list of what you can and can&rsquot feed your flock, keep reading! And if you&rsquod like to save this list for later, you&rsquoll find a form below to have a printable version of this list sent straight to your inbox (or save it to your computer to reduce paper usage).

If you have any questions, comments, or additions, please comment below!


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Sharing your kitchen scraps and leftovers with your flock is a great way to vary their diet, especially when winter has killed the grasses and bugs they usually forage upon.

What can chickens eat? What treats are toxic or poisonous to your birds? Can chickens eat that?

For the ultimate list of what you can and can&rsquot feed your flock, keep reading! And if you&rsquod like to save this list for later, you&rsquoll find a form below to have a printable version of this list sent straight to your inbox (or save it to your computer to reduce paper usage).

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Sharing your kitchen scraps and leftovers with your flock is a great way to vary their diet, especially when winter has killed the grasses and bugs they usually forage upon.

What can chickens eat? What treats are toxic or poisonous to your birds? Can chickens eat that?

For the ultimate list of what you can and can&rsquot feed your flock, keep reading! And if you&rsquod like to save this list for later, you&rsquoll find a form below to have a printable version of this list sent straight to your inbox (or save it to your computer to reduce paper usage).

If you have any questions, comments, or additions, please comment below!


The ULTIMATE list of what chickens CAN and CANNOT eat

Sharing your kitchen scraps and leftovers with your flock is a great way to vary their diet, especially when winter has killed the grasses and bugs they usually forage upon.

What can chickens eat? What treats are toxic or poisonous to your birds? Can chickens eat that?

For the ultimate list of what you can and can&rsquot feed your flock, keep reading! And if you&rsquod like to save this list for later, you&rsquoll find a form below to have a printable version of this list sent straight to your inbox (or save it to your computer to reduce paper usage).

If you have any questions, comments, or additions, please comment below!


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