Salmonella cases linked to recalled Honey Smacks cereal reach 100

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Updates from the CDC and FDA say Honey Smacks of all package sizes and best-by dates should be thrown out. "The FDA has learned that some retailers are still selling this product".

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is telling people not to eat Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal, which has been linked to an outbreak of salmonella infections now numbering at least 100 people in 33 states. The Kellogg Company recalled the cereal on June 14, 2018. The first cases were reported in March and the most recent ones on July 2.

"There have been 73 ill people reported from 31 states, including 24 people who have been hospitalized". Samples of the facility's environment and the product collected during the FDA's inspection match the outbreak strain of salmonella mbandaka, the agency said.

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"Do not eat Honey Smacks cereal". "The FDA will continue to monitor this situation closely and follow up with retailers as we become aware of recalled products being offered for sale".

The number of cases in Louisiana remains the same as it was in June: Two people have gotten sick. But the cereal is still being sold in some stores.

Additionally, if you stored the tainted cereal in any kind of a reusable container you'll need to wash and sanitize that container before you use it again. About 1.2 percent of people infected get severe diarrhea that leads to hospitalization. Most infections usually last four to seven days and most people recover without treatment. Symptoms include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps.