Salmonella outbreak linked to popular cereal

"Do not eat or sell any Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal," the CDC warns as it investigates a multi-state outbreak.
0:33 | 09/05/18

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The CBC says another thirty people have gotten sick from eating Kellogg's honey smacks cereal. The Salmonella outbreak traced to the cereal has now spread to 36 states. Dozens of people got sick enough to be hospitalized. The CDC says nobody should be buying or selling honey smacks. A major change is coming to thousands of fraternity house is across the country they'll no longer be allowed to serve part alcohol. A group representing US and Canadian fraternities approved the new restrictions. After a string of alcohol related hazing deaths to fraternities effective have until next September to comply.

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