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.