As public health officials in other countries urge consumers to throw away a Kellogg’s cereal because it’s linked to a Salmonella outbreak in the United States, the company that actually produced the cereal has not been named.
The Kellogg’s recall notice says it is assisting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration with an investigation to find the source of the Salmonella. The company says the recalled Honey Smacks were made by contractor, not a Kellogg’s production facility.
Neither Kellogg nor the FDA has identified the manufacturer of the cereal. It is not known if the manufacturer is continuing to operate. It is also not known if the plant produced any other Kellogg cereals or products for any other companies during the time the recalled Honey Smacks were made.