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Nestle Voluntarily Recalls Nesquik Chocolate Powders

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(CBSNEWS.COM) – Nesquik chocolate powders sold in the United States are being recalled due to possible presence of salmonella, Nestle USA announced Thursday.

The company’s voluntary recall is limited to only to 10.9, 21.8 and 40.7-ounce containers of Nesquik Chocolate Powder, and no other varieties or sizes are affected.

The company pulled the products after a supplier for the Nesquik ingredient calcium carbonate, Omya Inc., notified Nestle of potential salmonella contamination. No illnesses have been reported.

The affected powders were produced during Oct. 2012, the company said. Consumers should look for the production code on the bottom of the canister by the expiration date to see if the product is part of the recall.

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