Nestlé Recalls Chocolate Milk Mix for Salmonella Risk
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Parents, be on alert: Nestlé has voluntarily recalled cannisters of its chocolate milk powder because of a possible salmonella contamination.
The sizes under recall are the 10.9 ounce, 21.8 ounce, and the 40.7 ounce, according to a release. And the two smaller sizes have the new Wreck It Ralph logo on them — so don't let the kids get too excited about the cannisters. The company reported that the calcium carbonate in the drinks may have been exposed to salmonella.
The recall is for about 200,000 cans, reports CNN, but there have been no reports of illnesses.
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