brand chocolate products
have been withdrawn from the French market on suspicion that they may be the cause of
21 cases of salmonella
that have been identified in the country,
eight of which required hospitalization
The General Directorate of Health of France (DGS) explained this Tuesday in a statement that its investigations have shown that the
who have been questioned so far have reported having consumed in the days prior to the manifestation of the
symptoms of intoxication.
any of the
in 20 gram format;
with expiration dates between the end of April and the end of August;
Kinder Happy Moment
with expiration dates at the end of August in different formats.
All these chocolates were made in the same Ferrero
in the Belgian city of Arlon.
The cases of salmonella located in France and potentially linked to its consumption - with a median age of four years - have the same strain in genetic terms as the one responsible for an epidemic in the
also associated with certain
products , he pointed out. the DGS.
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