Honey Smacks®Salmonella Mbandaka Linked to 71 Sickened in 31 States: Free Consultation with a Honey Smack Lawyer

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Honey Smacks®Salmonella Mbandaka Linked to 71 Sickened in 31 States: Free Consultation with a Honey Smack Lawyer

Lawyer files Kellogg's Honey Smacks Lawsuit First Lawsuit Filed Kellogg Honey Smack Salmonella Outbreak
  • Tony Coveny | Jun 15, 2018

Honey Smacks® recalled for salmonella Mbandaka:  Talk Directly to a Honey Smack Lawyer for a free consultation about a Honey Smack Lawsuit.
The Kellogg Company has recalled certain packages of its Honey Smacks® cereal because they are potentially contaminated with salmonella. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported illnesses in consumers who ate the product to the company and Kellogg has launched an investigation with the third-party manufacturer that produces the cereal.
The recalled Honey Smacks® cereal includes 15.3 oz and 23 oz packages that had been distributed across the US as well as in Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, the Caribbean, Guam, Tahiti and Saipan. The 15.3 oz package can be identified by UPC 3800039103 with a best buy date of JUN 14, 2018 through JUN 14, 2019. The 23 oz package can be identified by UPC 3800014810 with a best buy date of JUN 14, 2018 through JUN 14, 2019.
Consumers who have purchased these packages of Honey Smacks® cereal should not eat them. The product should be disposed of properly to avoid illness. No other Kellogg products are affected.  Honey Smack Lawyer recommends seeking medical attention and having a stool culture performed if you suspect you have become ill from consumption of Honey Smack brand cereal.
Salmonella can cause serious illness. Salmonellosis, the infection caused by salmonella bacteria, often results in acute gastroenteritis, an illness that usually results in diarrhea and/or vomiting due to severe inflammation of the stomach and intestines caused by the bacteria. Infected individuals typically begin to experience diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps 8 to 72 hours after eating contaminated food. The diarrhea, which may be bloody, may start suddenly and without warning. Other symptoms occur less frequently, including headache, nausea, vomiting, joint pain, and fatigue.
For more information about the Honey Smacks® cereal recall and about salmonella contamination, please contact the food poisoning lawyers at 1-888-335-4901.  A Honey Smack Lawyer can answer your questions about a Honey Smack Lawsuit.