Wal-Mart Recalls Trail Mix After Glass Becomes An Ingredient

Another day, another retail recall. This one, however, sounds a little dangerous. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE:WMT) has issued a recall for a house brand (the "Sam's Choice" brand) of trail mix due to the possibility of pieces of glass being mixed in with the ingredients.

That's a way to crack a tooth, eh?

This past weekend, Wal-Mart ordered stores to remove Sam's Choice "Nature Trail" Trail Mix from sale in addition to blocking registers from ringing up the product. That is a very good response and would virtually eliminate -- immediately -- the sale of the product. However, it won't help those who recently purchased the product, which is the reason for the recall.

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Date: 6 January 2007
Source: Bloggingstocks.com

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