I can't help but wonder what regulations were in place when this happened, and how a mistake of this type was not caught until after the items were sold. Do you think there was more than one way to prevent this from happening, or just an inevitable mistake?
Update from Kellanova - This change does not pose a cross-contact risk. If an allergen is present, it will be clearly indicated in the ingredient list AND in a "contains" or "may contain" statement. This includes any risk of cross-contact.
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