If you have been eating ProtiDiet High Protein Chocolate Dream Bar lately or you intend to purchase it don’t do that. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned consumers against eating this High Protein Chocolate Dream Bars which has been a product of Quebec, Canada and manufactured by Pro-Amino International Inc. FDA has revealed that this chocolate may contain Salmonella, which has been touted as a public health risk. Salmonella usually triggers various food-borne illness. If you have taken this high protein chocolate or any product carrying Salmonella you may encounter conditions like abdominal cramping, fever, diarrhea bloody diarrhea nausea, vomiting etc. The infection from this condition can be transmitted from humans to animals or vice-versa.
If you have already purchased these chocolate dream bars lately you can return the same to the point of sale, as even the company has been recalling this product. At the time of going to publish this news item, this chocolate dream bar has been distributed at various locations like California, Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, New Hampshire, New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia.Beware this product has also been sold through online method. FDA has revealed that in order to identify this product you should look for lines on the chocolate dream bas as follows:
“ProtiDiet High Protein Chocolate Dream Bar, sold in 210 gram (7.4 oz.) packages, 7 bars per package, bearing UPC 6 21498 42238 1, lot code CR 18 13B, and Best Before date of 2015-08.”
FDA has also suggested that the risk of consuming Salmonella might also result in conditions like arthritis, muscle pain, endocarditis, muscle pain, urinary tract symptoms, eye irritation (FDA has clarified that although these cases are rare and are not necessarily will affect every person).
Are you at Risk if you can consumed this chocolate dream bar recently?
Yes consumers who have already purchased and has eaten this ProtiDiet High Protein Chocolate Dream bars are at risk. If you are experiencing any type of ailment after eating this product FDA has advised those to consult their health care provider immediately. At the time of publishing this news story no illnesses have been reported from anywhere. FDA has been closely monitoring the situation along with CFIA and other public health agencies. Did you know that around 142,000 Americans have been infected by Salmonella enteritidis by consuming chicken eggs, of these around 30 have already died due to this condition. It has been possible that the shell of the egg could be adulterated by feces or its interior viz., yolk may be contaminated “in utero”.