Food Authority: Do not eat reminded chocolate eggs

Food Authority: Do not eat reminded chocolate eggs

The Food Agency said Sunday that people should not eat Kinder egg products pulled by chocolate company Ferrero this week.

Mika Varjonen According to the Food and Drug Administration, chocolate-borne salmonella epidemics are rare, but urged consumers to do so. "definitely not eating" eggs on the return list.

Consumers can check if their eggs have been withdrawn by comparing the batch code to the wrappers listed reminder list Published by the Food Agency.

Although no cases of Kinder-related salmonella have been reported in Finland, the majority of those infected with the food poisoning virus in other countries have been under the age of 10, according to the National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL).

Symptoms of Salmonella include fever and diarrhea.

According to Varjonen, there is no information on how many withdrawn eggs have been sold in Finland.

Source: The Nordic Page




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