'Do not eat this cereal': CDC links Honey Smacks to salmonella outbreak


Investigators have laboratory confirmation that the outbreak strain of Salmonella Mbandaka is in the manufacturing facility and in unopened packages of the cereal. "All Honey Smacks cereal was recalled in June 2018".

The company voluntarily recalled the cereal last month, but the FDA says it's apparently still on grocery shelves and in kitchen cupboards, reports CNN.

The FDA is sending out this reminder because it has learned some retailers are still selling the cereal. Florida has two people sick.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) urged consumers: "Do not eat this cereal".

The CDC first announced the outbreak on June 14.

"Retailers can not legally offer the cereal for sale and consumers should not purchase Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal", Thursday's FDA update said.

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The CDC says that regardless of expiration date, the cereal should be thrown away or returned to a retailer for a refund. But the cereal is still being sold in some stores. Thoroughly wash the container with warm, soapy water before using it again, to remove harmful germs that could contaminate other food. In interviews, 43 people specifically reported eating Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal.

More than a million packets of the product were recalled by the manufacturer Kellogg's in June after 100 people were infected in 33 states.

According to the FDA, the ages of those affected range from less than one year to 95 (median 57 years) and 68% of cases are female. "This takes an average of 2 to 4 weeks". No deaths have been reported.

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At the time, there were a number of salmonella cases in New England, including five in MA and one in New Hampshire. Healthy individuals typically recover in four to seven days with treatment.