If you have any of the cereal, even if some has been eaten without illness, throw the rest of it away and return it for a refund. However, diarrhea for some people may be so severe that they need to be hospitalized. This is regardless of size or "best if used by" dates. According to the CDC, "epidemiologic evidence indicates that Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal is a likely source of this multistate outbreak".
There have been no deaths reported so far.
According to the CDC, New York reported the highest number of cases while California, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania each have five cases.
In addition, Del Monte is recalling small veggie trays that include broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, celery and dill dip distributed in IL and in, the FDA said in a statement.
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Kellogg's issued a voluntary recall of the brand's Honey Smacks cereal Wednesday.
More common is fresh foods, which is the case for the multi-state infections the CDC and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have tracked to pre-cut fruit at an Indianapolis plant run by Caito Foods.
NY has reported seven cases, while California, Pennsylvania and MA have had five cases each. RIDOH's State Health Laboratory has begun testing the product locally from shelves and RIDOH's Center for Food Protection will be communicating directly with licensed vendors about the recall.
Recovery takes anywhere from four to seven days.