The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is urging people to throw away or return Honey Smacks cereals that fall under the recall. The company advised customers they should make contact for a full refund.
The FDA is advising that consumers discard and not eat any of the cereal regardless of size or "best by" dates.
Health officials have identified Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal as the likely source of the outbreak, based on epidemiological evidence. There have been 24 reported hospitalizations and zero deaths.
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Outbreak statisticsThe CDC reported Thursday that illness onset dates for the outbreak victims range from March 3 through May 28.
Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal has been recalled in association with a recent salmonella outbreak. "However, Honey Smacks products with earlier dates could also potentially be contaminated", the FDA said in a statement.
So far the outbreak has spanned 31 states with 73 cases of infection. The FDA has a complete list of products and even a lengthy list of every known retail location that carried them. NY has reported the highest number of cases - seven - while California, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania have each reported five cases.
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Most people infected with Salmonella develop the following signs and symptoms 12-72 hours after being exposed to the bacteria. However, if the organisms get into the bloodstream it can cause severe illness.
The affected product includes the following varieties distributed across the United States as well as limited distribution in Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, the Caribbean, Guam, Tahiti and Saipan.
Most people recover on their own without medical treatment.
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