“Consumers should not consume these products and should return them to the place of purchase for a full refund,” the agency’s website said. So the products involved were made in Belgium.
In Israel, Ferrero also recalls several baby products as a strict precaution. However, the local health ministry announced on Wednesday that there were no reports of salmonella contamination so far.
Ferrero previously recalled baby products in Germany. The EU Food Safety Authority EFSA and the EU Health Commission ECDC have launched an investigation. So far, 105 confirmed salmonella cases and 29 suspected cases have been reported. Most of them are children under the age of ten, officials announced Wednesday. In Germany, four confirmed and three suspected cases are known. Great Britain, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden are also affected.
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