NESQUIK Chocolate Powder Recalled by Nestle Over Salmonella Risk
NESQUIK Chocolate Powder has been recalled by Nestle USA because of the potential for certain versions of the item to have sustained a Salmonella contamination. The powder contains calcium carbonate from Omya Inc. among its ingredients, and that supplier recently informed Nestle about a recall of that item. As such, Nestle made the move to recall 10.9, 21.8, and 40.7 ounce versions of the powder product that have a Best Before date of October 2014. The company is asking purchasers to refrain from eating the powder; instead, they should bring it back to the store to obtain a refund.
For more about the recall, follow this link.