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Listeria Lead to Granola Recall for Texas Company

Recalled Wildly and Trader Joe's brand granola.

San Antonio-based food maker Wildly LLC and grocery  chain Trader Joe’s have recalled their lines of grain-free granola due to potential Listeria contamination. 

The FDA stated on its website that the products were pulled after a supplier revealed the likely presence of Listeria monocytogenes in  the granola. The recalled flavors include Wildly’s apple cinnamon, banana, vanilla bean, and coconut cashew varieties; and Trader Joe’s  grainless   granola.  

So far no illnesses have been reported. All Wildly products have been recalled nationwide; Texas is one of 22 states in which the Trader Joe’s branded granola has been recalled.