Nesquik recalled due to Salmonella contamination

The FDA has reported that has recalled some of its chocolate powder, which may possibly be contaminated with .

No illnesses have been reported so far. contains calcium carbonate produced by and the calcium carbonate has been recalled”, due to possible of Salmonella”.

Nestle has limited the recall to these specific products:

Production Codes                          Size

2282574810            0 28000 68230 9       40.7 oz. Chocolate

2282574820

2278574810             0 28000 68090 9       21.8 oz. Chocolate
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2279574820
2284574820
2284574830
2285574810
2285574820
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2278574810           0 28000 67990       10.9 oz. Chocolate

The production code can be located at the bottom of the canister next to the . All of the recalled products have an of “BEST BEFORE Oct 2014.”

are advised not to use the recalled canisters if they have one and can return the product to the store where the item was ought for a full refund, or call Nestle Consumer Services at 800-628-7679.

Omya is a major supplier of calcium carbonate worldwide. It has 12 in , seven of which are in the U.S. Its food-grade calcium carbonate is made at its FDA-regulated plant in Superior, .

Omya calcium carbonate is made from ground limestone. The company recall, issued on Nov. 6 2012, includes seven lots of calcium carbonate sold to food producers in bags ranging in weight from 50 pounds to 2,500 pounds.

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