CDC Warns Minnesotans: 'Do Not Eat' Honey Smacks

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning the public not to eat Honey Smacks after people became sick consuming the popular sugary cereal.

According to USA TODAY, there have been a total 130 cases over salmonella concerns since June when the Kellogg's cereal was recalled. One case happened right here in Minnesota, and 35 other states were affected. 

The CDC is urging stores not to sell it and for consumers not to eat it. USA TODAY says eating contaminated cereal can lead to fatal infections, fever, and abdominal pain, among other ailments. Young and elderly people are especially susceptible. 

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