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Complete list of recalled children’s treats and salmonella symptoms to watch out for

Kinder has landed in hot water after 100 cases of salmonella were linked to its products in Europe. Here is a full list of recalled children’s products

CHILDREN'S SURPRISE EGGS
Parents of small children in particular are asked to keep an eye out for some recalled children’s products

Several children’s products have been recalled after the chocolate was connected to via 100 cases of salmonella and now the factory behind the cases had to close before Easter

63 people in the UK were affected Food Standards fail and are reported to be mostly young children. The factory closure comes after the European Food Safety Authority said it was investigating 105 confirmed and 29 suspected cases of salmonella.

It appears that the problematic candy was made in the same factory in Belgium. Now the Kinder Happy Moments chocolate range and the Kinder Mix chocolate treats have been recalled by Ferrero in the US, the owner of Kinder.

The popular treat is widely available in supermarkets and corner shops, but salmonella is a serious problem and can lead to illness.

Parents with young children should pay particular attention to which children’s products could pose a problem. Which children’s products have been recalled?

Which children’s products have been recalled?







Kinder Mini Chocolate Easter Eggs have now been recalled along with four others
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The popular children’s surprise is just one of the recalled children’s products, of which there are five in total.

Britain’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) said people should be warned not to eat 20g eggs or three-packs between the advertised best-before date of July 11 and October 7 this year.

The full list is as follows:

child surprise

  • 20g and 20gx 3
  • Best before dates until October 7th

child surprise

  • 100 g
  • Best before dates between April 20th and August 21st

Children mini eggs

  • 75g
  • Best before dates between April 20th and August 21st

Kids Egg Hunt Kit

  • 150gr
  • Best before dates between April 20th and August 21st

Children’s chocolate candies

  • 200 g
  • Best before dates between April 20th and August 21st

The products have been recalled as a precautionary measure while the relevant authorities investigate the issues and the recall has been extended on Wednesday April 6th.

The FSA said: “We know these special products are popular with young children, particularly as Easter approaches. As such, we urge parents and guardians of children to determine if any products already in their homes are affected by this recall.”

What are the symptoms of salmonella?







Salmonella can be a problem if ignored
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Symptoms of salmonella include diarrhea and vomiting, which are usually fairly easily managed but can become serious if ignored.

The Centers for Disease Control in the US said the disease should look out for the following symptoms:

  • Diarrhea
  • Fever
  • Stomach cramps

Symptoms usually begin between six hours and six days after infection and can last between four and seven days.

Salmonella symptoms can sometimes be serious and you should seek medical advice if you have the following problems:

  • Diarrhea for more than three days
  • blood in the stool
  • Signs of dehydration such as very little urine, dry mouth and throat, and dizziness when standing
  • Diarrhea and fever of 38.8 °C

For treating yourself or your child who NHS said: “The most important thing is to drink plenty of fluids, such as water or gourd, to avoid dehydration.”

With the recall of the children’s products, parents and those who may have purchased the products should be alert for signs of salmonella

Of the 63 cases of Salmonella caused by children’s products, 40 are known to have been in children under the age of five.

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