BATAVIA, Ill., Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- ALDI has two suppliers who manufacture the Cambridge cheese crackers with peanut butter, one of which is Kellogg's. As a precautionary measure, as of Jan. 15 ALDI voluntarily recalled the cheese crackers with peanut butter that were supplied by Kellogg's because they were manufactured at the peanut plant where the salmonella outbreak was originally reported. As a further precautionary measure, as of Jan. 20 ALDI has recalled the additional Cambridge cheese crackers with peanut butter manufactured by our other supplier as well as our Grandessa peanut butter cookies.
Any customer interested in returning any of the Cambridge cheese crackers with peanut butter or Grandessa peanut butter cookies may do so, regardless of the manufacturer to receive a double-back refund.
About ALDI Inc.
ALDI, a leader in the international grocery retailing industry, began in the United States in 1976. Today approximately 1,000 U.S. ALDI stores are located in 29 states primarily from Kansas to the East Coast serving more than 18 million customers each month. A select assortment discount grocer featuring its own ALDI select brands, ALDI applies smart and efficient operational and business practices to save customers up to 50 percent on their grocery bill. ALDI sells more than 1,400 of the most frequently purchased grocery and household items in manageable, non-bulk packaging. For more information about ALDI, go to www.aldi.us.
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