"Retailers can not legally offer the cereal for sale and consumers should not purchase Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal", the agency said in a statement.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a popular Kellogg's cereal has been linked to a salmonella outbreak that has infected 100 people in 33 states.
If you have a box of Honey Smacks that falls within those dates you should most definitely not eat it, and promptly contact Kellogg's for a full refund.
The CDC warns the public not to eat any Honey Smacks cereal from any size package and with any "best if used by" date. It's still not clear how the contamination might have occurred.
Illnesses were first reported on March 3, and the most recent case was found on July 2. "No deaths have been reported", the agency reported on its website.
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The agency said that epidemiological and laboratory evidence indicates the cereal is behind the multistate salmonella Mbandaka outbreak. New cases have been reported in 19 states.
Of those victims who were interviewed about what they ate, the most cited cereal was Honey Smacks.
At least 30 of the affected people have been hospitalized following the outbreak.
Symptoms last about four to seven days, and although most people improve without treatment, some may require hospitalization because of severe diarrhea. "Thoroughly wash the container with warm, soapy water before using it again, to remove harmful germs that could contaminate other food".
People infected with Salmonella may have symptoms including diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps.