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Ferrero recalls some Kinder chocolates over salmonella fears

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Ferrero recalls some Kinder chocolates over salmonella fears

Italian confectionary group Ferrero has recalled some of its Kinder chocolates from the shelves in several countries for a potential link with salmonella contamination.

Kinder Schoko-Bons, Kinder Happy Moments Chocolate Assortment and Kinder Mix Chocolate Treats basket are being recalled because they were manufactured in a facility where salmonella was detected, Ferrero has admitted.

Probable or confirmed cases on Salmonella linked with eating chocolates has been found in Britain, France, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Sweden and Norway.

The salmonella bacteria can cause serious and severe infections, especially in children or elderly people and others with weak immune systems.

The recall has also been extended to other countries, including the United States.

Mauritius distributor Lim How Brothers & Co. Ltd has been cited in Defi Media as saying the Ferrero/Kinder products with expiry dates between June 7, 2022 and August 2, 2022 could be concerned. They were reportedly manufactured in the same facility in Belgium.

These should be returned to the store where they were bought for refund.

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