Nestle Recalls Nestle Quick Powder Mix!

    Comments:  | Leave A Comment

    Nestle USA has recalled some of its Nesquik chocolate powder, which may be contaminated with Salmonellabacteria.

    Read:Tabeo: A Kid-Friendly Tablet Hits Stores!

    No illnesses have been reported so far. Nesquik contains calcium carbonate made by Omya Inc. Omya has recalled the calcium carbonate “due to possible presence of Salmonella,” according to an FDA news release. Nestle has limited the Nesquik recall to these specific products:

    Size UPC Code Production Codes
    40.7 oz. Chocolate (72 servings) 0 28000 68230 9 2282574810
    2282574820
    21.8 oz. Chocolate (38 servings) 0 28000 68090 9 2278574810
    2278574820
    2279574810
    2279574820
    2284574820
    2284574830
    2285574810
    2285574820
    2287574820
    2289574810
    2289574820
    10.9 oz. Chocolate (19 servings) 0 28000 67990 3 2278574810

    To find the production code, look at the bottom of the canister next to the expiration date. All of the recalled Nesquik products have an expiration date of “BEST BEFORE Oct 2014.” If you have one of the recalled canisters, do not use it. Customers may return the products to the place they bought them for a full refund, or call Nestle Consumer Services at 800-628-7679.

    Like Elev8 On Facebook To Enrich Your Mind, Body & Soul!

    Tags: »

    Comments

    blog comments powered by Disqus
    Follow

    Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

    Join 4,499 other followers