Stonyfield Farm is recalling several batches of its blueberry yogurt after consumers complained of finding plastic or glass fragments in the 6 ounce cups.
The company said there have been no reports of injury and the do not believe the problem is widespread.
The recall applies only to Stonyfield Organic Fat Free Blueberry Yogurt in 6 ounce cups carrying product codes printed on the cup bottoms that start with the following dates: April 13 08, April 14 08, April 15 08, April 25 08 and April 26 08.
The yogurt is sold at natural food stores and grocery stores nationwide. The company has ordered its distribution network to remove the affected products from shelves.
Customers who bought the yogurt can return opened or unopened containers to stores for full refunds.
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