<p>The video above is from Thursday's <em>MarketFoolery</em> podcast, featuring host Chris Hill and analysts Joe Magyer and Jason Moser. In this segment, the guys discuss news that <strong>Kellogg</strong> <span class="ticker" data-id="204153"><ticker exchange="NYSE" symbol="K">(NYSE: K)</ticker></span> is recalling 2.8 million boxes of Mini-Wheats cereal due to possible contamination by metal mesh. The cost to Kellogg is $30 million but, fortunately for shareholders, that's a mere drop in the bucket for the company. In fact, shares were up slightly today.</p>
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