About 100 people have been affected by a Salmonella outbreak linked to the popular Kelloggs Cereal Honey Smacks.
A sign hangs outside the Kellogg's factory near Manchester, Britain March 7, 2016.
"Do not eat any Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal, regardless of package size or best-by date", the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advised consumers this week. "The FDA has learned that some retailers are still selling this product".
The CDC said at least 30 of the people infected in the outbreak have been hospitalized. The Kellogg Company recalled the cereal on June 14, 2018. 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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Public health officials have renewed their advice to consumers who have eaten of handled the recalled Honey Smacks to seek medical attention if they develop symptoms of Salmonella infection immediately.
Kellogg's first issued a product recall on 14 June that warned of possible salmonella contamination. At that time, 73 people in 31 states had confirmed cases of salmonella poisoning.
Meanwhile, the number of sick people continues to increase. Customers should either throw away the product or may return their box of cereal to a store for a full refund. No deaths have been reported in the latest outbreak. While most recover within a week, some illnesses can last longer and be more severe.
Salmonella symptoms include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps within about 12 to 72 hours of exposure.