A Kellogg Salmonella outbreak lawsuit is being investigated by lawyer Fred Pritzker. Fred and our law firm’s national Salmonella lawsuit team are helping people who got sick after eating Honey Smacks cereal sue for compensation and justice. You can contact Fred about your case using the form below.
“The children and adults sickened in this outbreak have the right to answers. We are helping them find out what happened and what can be done to prevent further illnesses.”Lawyer Fred Pritzker
Kellogg Salmonella Outbreak Sickens over 70 People, Lawyer Finds
To date, 73 people from 31 states have reported being infected with the outbreak strain of Salmonella Mbandaka.
We expect the number of people sickened to increase in the next few weeks because it takes time for the CDC to confirm that an illness is part of an outbreak. The case count by state at this time is as follows, according to the CDC: Alabama (2), Arizona (1), California (5), Connecticut (3), Georgia (2), Illinois (1), Indiana (3), Kentucky (1), Louisiana (2), Massachusetts (5), Maryland (1), Michigan (4), Mississippi (1), Montana (1), North Carolina (3), New Hampshire (1), New Jersey (3), New York (7), Ohio (1), Oklahoma (2), Oregon (1), Pennsylvania (5), Rhode Island (2), South Carolina (1), Tennessee (1), Texas (2), Utah (1), Virginia (4), Washington (3), Wisconsin (1), West Virginia (3).
People were sickened in this Kellogg Salmonella outbreak from March 3, 2018, to May 28, 2018. People from less than one year of age to 87 years old are part of this outbreak.
Kellogg Recall of Honey Smack Cereal
After several reports of illness, The FDA contacted Kellogg Company. The company issued a recall of the Kellogg’s ® Honey Smacks ® cereal products listed below.
|Description (Retail)||UPC Code||Size||BEST If Used By Date|
|Honey Smacks (with limited distribution outside the U.S.)||3800039103||15.3 oz||JUN 14, 2018 through JUN 14, 2019|
|Honey Smacks||3800014810||23 oz||JUN 14, 2018 through JUN 14, 2019|
The best-if-used-by date can be found on the top of the cereal box, and the UPC code can be found on the bottom of the box.
Contact Lawyer Fred Pritzker about a Lawsuit against Kellogg
National food safety lawyer Fred Pritzker is leading the Pritzker Hageman law firm investigation into the Kellogg Salmonella outbreak. You can contact Fred and his team for a free consultation using our free consultation form.
If you ate Kellogg’s Honey Smacks before being diagnosed with a Salmonella infection, you may have the right to sue Kellogg Company for money damages, including amounts for pain and suffering, medical expenses, and lost wages. You will need to contact a Salmonella lawyer to find out what your case is worth. Many Salmonella lawsuits result in settlements. The amount of money recovered depends on the severity of the illness and many other factors.