Honey Smacks returning to store shelves following salmonella scare


Fans of Honey Smack cereal can breathe a sigh of relief: the popular Kellogg’s cereal is returning to store shelves with a new recipe after a salmonella recall.

Honey Smacks will be back in stores in November in limited quantities.

Kellogg recalled more than 11 million boxes of Honey Smacks over the summer following an outbreak of salmonella at a factory producing the beloved cereal.

The outbreak sickened 135 people in 36 states.

To ease concerns that some shops may still be carrying the potentially tainted cereal, look for the “new recipe” label in the upper left corner of the boxes.

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