The Centers for Disease Control is warning customers not to eat Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal after the breakfast was linked to 100 salmonella infections nationwide.
Although Kellogg's recalled the cereals on June 14, the FDA reports that recalled packages of Honey Smacks cereal are still being offered for sale. The Kellogg Company recalled the cereal on June 14, 2018.
"Products with earlier dates could also potentially be contaminated", says the FDA update.
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The CDC said at least 30 of the people infected in the outbreak have been hospitalized.
Illnesses were first reported on March 3, and the most recent case was found on July 2.
Salmonella symptoms include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps within about 12 to 72 hours of exposure. The federal agency urges consumers to report any product being offered for sale to the FDA Consumer Complaint Coordinator in their region.
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According to the FDA, retailers can't legally offer the cereal for sale. Florida has two people sick. No deaths have been reported.
"There have been 73 ill people reported from 31 states, including 24 people who have been hospitalized".
A CDC statement Thursday advised consumers not to eat any of the cereal regardless of package size or "best by" date. Most healthy individuals recover without the need for treatment, although Infants, older adults, and people with a weakened immune system are at an increased risk of serious complications.
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