INDIANA (WLFI) — Several Meijer brand yogurts are being recalled because they may be contaminated with glass.
The FDA says an investigation at Meijer's manufacturing facility proved the potential risk after a customer returned a yogurt cup after finding two small pieces inside.
They say the risk to customers is low and no other cases have been reported.
The affected products include Meijer Greek Yogurt Zero percent plain, black cherry, vanilla, strawberry and blueberry flavors sold in 5-point-3 ounce cups. Mejier Yogurt low-fat blueberry sold in a 6-ounce cup is also included.
The products have a March 8th expiration date.
If you have these -- throw them away or return them for a full refund.
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