Nestle Recalls Chocolate Drink Powder

Nestle has issued a voluntary recall of its chocolate drink mix

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    A school student drinking the NESQUIK bottle product. Only the powder canisters are involved in the voluntary recall.

    Nestle has issued a voluntary recall for some containers of NESQUIK chocolate powder following a possible salmonella contamination.

    The company recalled the 10.9, 21.8 and 40.7 ounce canisters of only the chocolate powder drink mix Friday.

    Nestle was notified by an ingredient supplier, Omya Inc., that a recall was issued calcium carbonate used in the NESQUIK drink.

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    There were no reports of illnesses associated with the product.

    Consumers should check the production code on the bottom of the canister next to the expiration date.

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    All recalled canisters will have an expiration date of “Best Before October 2012.”

    Consumers should return the recalled product to the place of purchase for a full refund.

    Click here for more information on the recall