Potentially contaminated chocolate products recalled

An Iowa-based company issued a voluntary recall on January 9 on some of their chocolate products after determining they might be contaminated with harmful salmonella. The bacteria could cause serious or fatal illness to consumers, an article of the U.S. Food & Drug Administration reported.

The recall affects various chocolate products manufactured by Palmer Candy Company. The recall was issued after Palmer Candy was notified by one of their suppliers that the milk powder used in the affected products supplied nationwide could contain salmonella. Neither the recalling company nor the FDA have received any reports of illnesses linked to the affected chocolate products. Consumers who might have purchased the chocolate were advised to discard it or return it to where they bought it for their money back.

Unfortunately, many children and elderly people are at high risk of suffering serious illnesses after accidentally consuming contaminated food products. However, a Chicago attorney at Karlin, Fleisher & Falkenberg, LLC can work on your behalf to pursue damage claims from negligent companies. Call us today at 312-346-8620 to find out how we may be able to help you recover from your loss.

Written by Karlin, Fleisher & Falkenberg, LLC Last Updated : December 4, 2023