Do NOT eat. Do NOT buy. That's  the warning from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) on Kellogg's Honey Smacks.

The salmonella outbreak from contaminated Honey Smacks is growing, with 130 cases in 34 states. The CDC says you should check your cupboard and throw ANY boxes away, regardless of sell by or expiration dates.

Kellogg's recalled 1.3 million cases of Honey Smacks in June for salmonella contamination. A month later, 100 people in 30 states became sick, 11 in New York. That number is now up 130 in 34 states, 15 in New York.

If you see any recalled Honey Smacks on store shelves, contact the FDA Consumer Complaint Coordinator in your area.

Learn more about the recall and multi-state salmonella outbreak at


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