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3 Popular Costco Frozen Desserts Were Recalled for Possible Metal Inside

The brand is asking customers nationwide to dispose of the products immediately.

Every Costco member knows that one of the most exciting parts about a trip to the warehouse is a visit to the freezer section. But be advised that three popular frozen treats sold by the retailer and other grocery chains have been voluntarily recalled because they "may contain very small metallic fragments," according to the manufacturer.

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If you recently stocked up on sweet treats at Costco, here's the scoop on the three varieties of Greek yogurt bars recalled by Clio Snacks over potential safety concerns:

  • Clio Snacks Mixed Berry & Peach Less Sugar (16-count boxes, UPC 854021008220, expiration 7/11/2021)
  • Clio Snacks Vanilla & Strawberry Minis (24-count boxes, UPC 854021008138, expiration 7/4/2021)
  • Clio Snacks Vanilla & Strawberry (16-count boxes, UPC 854021008022, expiration 5/9/2021)

Clio Snacks announced the recall on Friday "out of an abundance of caution because certain products may contain very small metallic fragments from a piece of production equipment/machinery." Costco subsequently sent out the notification on Saturday via its member mobile content system, according to the Miami Herald.

Reports suggest these products may have been sold beginning as early as February 2021. Clio Snacks stated that there were no known injuries at the time of the recall notification.

If you have any of the impacted bars, you should immediately destroy them. For reimbursement, Clio Snacks also requests that consumers present proof of purchase with a print or digital receipt.

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Krissy Gasbarre
Krissy is a senior news editor at Eat This, Not That!, managing morning and weekend news related to nutrition, wellness, restaurants and groceries (with a focus on beverages), and more. Read more