Breaking: Quaker Oats Granola Products Pulled Due to Salmonella

Quaker Oats, under PepsiCo, issues nationwide recall for salmonella contamination in granola bars and cereals.

Urgent FDA alert warns consumers in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Guam, and Saipan to dispose of Quaker products.

No reported illnesses yet, but salmonella can cause severe symptoms, including diarrhea, fever, and even fatalities.

CDC estimates 1.35 million annual salmonella cases in the U.S., making this recall a critical public health concern

Quaker Oats emphasizes public safety, urging consumers to contact them for product reimbursement.

Contaminated products range from Big Chewy Bars to Simply Granola cereals—check the recall site for the full list.

Quaker Oats remains tight-lipped on contamination details but assures no confirmed illnesses from the affected products.

Granola emergency echoes recent food recalls, emphasizing the need for strict food production hygiene.