More than 3,000 tons of Kinder products have been withdrawn from the market in total after numerous cases of salmonellosis in Europe, with a "financial impact" of "several tens of millions of euros", announced the general manager of Ferrero France in a interview with the


published Thursday.

“According to our investigations”, the contamination would come from “a filter located in a dairy butter tank” of the Arlon factory in Belgium and would have arrived there “either by contaminated raw materials, or by people” , explained Nicolas Neykov, who speaks for the first time since the start of the health scandal.


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  • Health

  • Kinder

  • Salmonellosis

  • Belgium

  • Ferrero