Don't eat recalled Kellogg's Froot Loops or Apple Jacks

froot-loops.jpgWell, talk about spoiling our Monday morning breakfast big time.

Kellogg's released a terse statement Sunday (June 27), explaining the Friday recall of 28 million boxes of Kellogg's cereal, including Froot Loops, Apple Jacks, Honey Smacks, and Corn Pops brands. Four of our favorites!

In case you weren't paying attention, that's 28 MILLION boxes.

According to the statement, the "off" taste and odor that elicited nausea and vomiting was caused by the paper and liner in the cereal boxes.  

The liners apparently had a higher than normal level of a "waxy resin," an FDA-approved item used in packaging materials.

Kellogg's did not find any foreign contaminant in the liners or the recalled cereal. But they would really rather you don't eat the recalled breakfast food because you might get sick and sue them , they don't meet "company quality standards."