NESQUICK Recalled Due to Salmonella
Nestlé USA announced a voluntary recall one of their staple items, Nestlé NESQUICK® Chocolate Powder on November 8. Only particular sizes of the NESQUICK® Chocolate Powder were recalled: the 10.9, 21.8 and 40.7 ounce containers.
According to the Federal Drug Association Release, a recall was put in place because Omya Inc, a company that supplies ingredients to Nestlé, recalled certain amounts of their ingredient calcium carbonate due to the potential presence of Salmonella. Omya Inc.’s calcium carbonate is ingredient used in NESQUICK® products.
About the NESQUICK Recall
Information provided by the Federal Drug Association:
- The UPC codes and production codes of the recalled NESQUICK® Chocolate Powder can be found on the recall website.
- The production code is located at the bottom of the container across from the expiration date.
- The expected expiration date for this product is OCT 2013.
- Customers should not consume this product, instead they should return it to the place of purchase in order to receive a refund. They can contact Nestlé Consumer Services at (800)-628 7679 if necessary.
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