Ritz cracker products recalled in United States after potential salmonella risk identified

Ritz cracker products recalled in United States after potential salmonella risk identified

Ritz cracker products recalled in United States after potential salmonella risk identified

Separately, a multistate outbreak of salmonella linked to Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal has sickened 100 people in 33 states.

The federal agency says there have been no reported illnesses linked to eating these products, which should be thrown out or returned to the store where purchased.

North Carolina, Wisconsin, Louisiana, Florida, Minnesota and MI have all had at least 10 people who were infected.

Chicks and ducklings from multiple hatcheries have been tied to the outbreaks, and numerous people stricken reported getting chicks and ducklings from sources including feed supply stores, websites, hatcheries and relatives, said the agency. Children under the age of five are at the highest risk of infection, with older adults and those with weakened immune systems also vulnerable to severe infections.

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Ninety (90) people have been infected with Salmonella across 26 states due to raw turkey pet food, raw turkey products, and live turkeys.

The bacteria is not visible to the naked eye and can be carried naturally in the intestines of some animals that show no signs of being ill.

So far, six different strains of salmonella bacteria have been identified in this outbreak.

At this time, no deaths linked to these cases have been reported.

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The main ingredient in the mix is potentially contaminated with salmonella. The illness usually last four to seven days, and most people recover without having to be hospitalized. In interviews conducted through the CDC, 72 percent of patients reported that they had contact with chicks or ducklings the week before they got sick.

There have been no complaints of illness reported to Mondelēz Global to date.

This spring, Dr. Dora Mills, the former director of the Maine Center for Disease Control and a vice president at the University of New England in Biddeford, talked about the dangers that chickens can pose to people.

"Always wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water" after handling or being near poultry and their equipment - even if you didn't touch the birds.

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