Milk products from the French group Lactalis have been removed from supermarket shelves in Spain after fears that a Salmonella bacteria has spread from France.
The French dairy group announced on Thursday that they would withdraw 37 products under the Sanutri, Damira and Puleva Bebé brands.
A total of 550,000 individual products have been recalled. A decision to pull the products came as authorities confirmed that an infant in the Basque country on the Spanish mainland was treated for Salmonella.
At least 35 children have fallen sick in France after consuming contaminated milk powder sold by the French dairy which manufactures a host of household dairy products.
Another possible Salmonella case has been reported in Greece.
A Eurosurveillance report, signed by 16 scientists at the Pasteur Institute as well as France's public health agency, notes that the contaminated Lactalis products were exported to 66 countries, including 12 in the European Union.
Alerts were issued after French Health inspectors visited Lactalis's Craon factory where the outbreak was traced to. In France, 35 infected children have been reported, and among the 18 who were hospitalised, all have been released and are well, the health agency said.