recall of Kinder Surprise eggs has been extended to more products because they might be contaminated with Salmonella, the Food Standards Agency has said.
Kinder Mini Eggs and Kinder Egg Hunt Kits have now been included in the recall.
Salmonella symptoms usually include fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps.
Now the recall now applies to: 20g eggs or three-packs of the eggs with a best-before date of all dates up to and including October 7 2022, 100g Kinder Surprise packs with a best-before date between April 20 2022 and August 21 2022, Kinder Mini eggs 75g packs with a best-before date between April 20 and August 21 2022 and Kinder Egg Hunt Kits 150g with best before dates from April 21 to August 21 2022.
Earlier this week, it was revealed 63 people in the UK, mostly young children, were infected with salmonella in an outbreak linked to Kinder Surprise eggs.
Chocolate firm Ferrero recalled some batches of the eggs as a precaution while investigations continue into the link, the FSA said.
It was reported there were more cases recorded in Europe including Ireland, France, Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands.
The eggs are made in Belgium.
No deaths have been reported in the UK but most cases reported involve children aged five and under.
UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), Public Health Scotland, Public Health Wales and Public Health Agency Northern Ireland are leading the investigation.
Most cases of Salmonella can be resolved in a few days but they can be severe and lead to hospital admission.
Anyone who has bought products with those use-by dates can contact the Ferrero consumer careline on [email protected] or 0330 053 8943 to obtain a full refund.