If I didn’t view the FDA Enforcement Reports, I wouldn’t have known about this one. Nestle Nesquik has been a staple in our house long before the name change from Nestle’s Quik to Nesquik.
Consumers may wonder why the fuss about a Class III recall. It’s because it wasn’t reported. Until I saw it today, I didn’t know and maybe other consumers didn’t know. The recall was in June 2012.
In a nice consumer friendly format, here is the information you need to know.
Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Flavor, chocolate beverage powder, New Wt 48.7 OZ.
DISTRIBUTED BY: NESTLE USA, INC., GLENDALE, CA 91203 USA
Batch Number: 210458802G, 210558802G, 210758803G, 210658801g, 210658801G. Code Date Breakdown: 2-Year code (2012) 104-Julian code 5880-plant code 2-shift G-line designation
Reason For Recall: Potential contamination with metal fragments.
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