NEW YORK (WWJ/AP) – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has become involved after a disturbing video surfaced showing a man urinating on a Kellogg’s factory assembly line.
As it turns out, the Battle Creek, Michigan-based company has confirmed, the video was recorded at Kellogg’s Memphis, Tennessee factory in 2014.
Also just revealed: Products that were potentially impacted include Rice Krispies Treats cereal, granola clusters used in some products and puffed rice treats that Kellogg no longer makes. The company says any products that would have been affected would be past their expiration dates.
The graphic video — which went viral online — shows a man urinating on a cereal conveyor belt, then panning up to a sign with the Kellogg logo.
Kellogg Company spokesperson Kris Charles said in a statement Friday that “Kellogg takes this situation very seriously and is shocked and outraged by this video,” adding that they plan to release more information to the public as they learn more.
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