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List of Recalls Related to Peanut Residue Grows

The list of companys issuing recalls include Kellogg Co. and Mars Chocolate North America.

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    These Famous Amos products are part of a Kellogg Company voluntary recall over flour that may contain undeclared peanut residue.

    Peanut residue accidently included in some of the country's most well-known snacks is creating a lengthening roster of recalls.

    Kellogg and Mars joined the list this week after supplier Grain Craft recalled certain lots of flour for undeclared peanut residue.

    Kellogg Co. is recalling some Mother's, Keebler, Kellogg's, Special K brownies, Murray and Famous Amos snacks and cookies. Mars Chocolate North America is recalling some Combos.

    Neither company has received reports of any illnesses related to the recalls.

    Airlines Reading, Responding to Social Media Rants

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    A new study says airlines are reading posts made by customers complaining over delayed or canceled flights and poor service, and are responding to those messages. Dallas-based Southwest Airlines has a team tracking Twitter, Facebook and other online sites 24 hours a day. When a customer vents about a problem, a representative reaches out to them. "The approach is really how can we help, wait a minute we hate to hear that.... so what is going on, give us some information and let's see what we can do to straighten this out," said Lisa Goode, with Southwest Airlines. Social media teams help airlines by rebooking customers or by helping keep them more calm by relaying information when problems crop up. (Published Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016)

    Hostess Brands earlier this month announced a related recall covering more than 700,000 cases of Ding Dongs, Zingers, Chocodiles and doughnuts sold in grocery, dollar, drug and convenience stores in the U.S. and Mexico.