Nestle Recalling "Nesquik" For Possible Salmonella - Northern Michigan's News Leader

Nestle Recalling "Nesquik" For Possible Salmonella

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There's a recall today on a popular brand of chocolate drink mix.

Nestle is recalling more than 200,000 canisters of Nesquik because of possible salmonella contamination.

Here's what to look for: bottoms of canisters that say best used by October 2014. And smaller containers that have a promotion for the current Disney movie Wreck-It Ralph.

Nestle says they have not yet received reports of illness due to anyone who consumed the product.

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