Zachary Confections has confirmed that there was in fact no salmonella found in their marshmallow egg candies found sold in the Dakotas, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. The company issued a voluntary recall on the product last month after a routine post-production test suggested traces of salmonella could be present.
They have since issued an official statement noting that the four lots of Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Egg products are safe after all. The Frankfort, Indiana firm broke the news in an official press statement noting:
"Accordingly, all post-production samples of Zachary Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Eggs have now been confirmed not to contain salmonella and are safe for consumption," they said.
The company's vice president George Anichini also commented on the recall saying they "are dedicated to manufacturing wholesome products for our customers."
by RTT Staff Writer
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