The products have been sold all across the country.
The recent recall of some Kinder chocolates has gotten even bigger.
On Monday, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency posted an update to its initial recall notice to include more products that have "possible salmonella" contamination.
This comes as an addition to the initial list of products that they issued a recall for on April 6.
The recalled products were sold nationally, so if you have any Kinder products, you'll definitely want to check this list.
The names and sizes of the affected products are:
- Kinder Advent Calendar, 127 grams
- Kinder Advent Calendar, 182 grams
- Kinder Advent Calendar, 351 grams
- Kinder Happy Moments — Kinder Confections Assortment, 191 grams
- Kinder Mini Eggs, 110 grams
- Kinder Mini Eggs, 182 grams
- Kinder Mix — 7 Easter treats, 116 grams
- Kinder Mix — 7 Holiday treats, 116 grams
- Kinder Mix — Egg Hunt Kit, 186 grams
- Kinder Schoko-Bons, 200 grams
- Kinder Surprise, 100 grams
The CFIA listing contains more information about the affected products, including UPCs and best before dates, to help you identify if any products you have could be affected.
The government recommends that you do not consume these products and that you either throw them out or return them for a refund.
If you think you've become sick from eating the product, you are advised to contact your doctor.
Food contaminated with salmonella may not look or smell spoiled but could still make you sick with short-term symptoms such as fever, headache, vomiting, nausea, abdominal cramps and diarrhea, the CFIA warns.
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