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July 11, 1986

General Foods Corp. asked Jewel Food Stores in Chicago and Kroger stores in Detroit to remove certain Jell-O gelatin products from shelves after a caller claimed he had poisoned three boxes with cyanide. The anonymous male caller said he had put sodium cyanide in three 6-ounce boxes of sugar-free Jell-O and placed them on shelves in a Kroger store in the Detroit area and a Jewel store in the Chicago area, the company said.

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