Blueberry Yogurt Recall

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Organic yogurt maker Stonyfield Farm is voluntarily recalling Stonyfield Organic Fat Free Blueberry Yogurt, packaged in 6 oz cups, carrying product codes printed along the yogurt cup bottom that start with the following dates:

Apr 13 08

Apr 14 08

Apr 15 08

April 25 08

Apr 26 08

The Stonyfield Farm yogurt recall comes in response to consumer complaints reporting tiny beads the size of mustard seeds in these particular batches of fat free blueberry yogurt. There have been no reports of injury. People who bite into or swallow these peices could possibly be injured, prompting this precautionary recall. Although the company believes the problem is not widespread, we are taking this measure to ensure the safety of our consumers.

Stonyfield Farm is advising its distribution network to immediately remove these specific code-dates of 6-ounce fat free blueberry yogurt from retail shelves. The yogurts are sold at natural food stores and grocery retailers nationwide.

Consumers who may have purchased fat free blueberry yogurts with these code dates are asked to return opened and unopened containers to their retailers in connection to this recall. You will be reimbursed for the full value of your purchase.

Consumers with questions should contact Stonyfield Farm Consumer Relations at 1-800-PRO-COWS or click here.

"Our first priority has always been and always will be the welfare of our consumers," says Gary Hirshberg, Stonyfield Farm President and CE-Yo. "While we continue to investigate these complaints and believe that the risk of injury is extremely remote, we feel that this voluntary measure is the prudent and responsible step at this time."