After one of its lots tested positive for salmonella contamination, Zachary Confections Inc. responded quickly and issued a voluntary recall for its Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Eggs on February 27th.

The FDA issued a press release saying that production of the treats would be suspended while an investigation into the possible source could be conducted.

After further lab testing, the company says that the original test result was wrong and no salmonella has been detected.

"Accordingly, all post-production samples of Zachary Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Eggs have now been confirmed not to contain salmonella and are safe for consumption," firm officials said in a press release. 

On Friday, an official told NBC News that the Zachary Confections recall was an open investigation and that there was no comment at this time. However, the agency has since removed the recall notice from its website.

The firm also stated that no illnesses have been reported in connection with the recall.

Zachary Confections Inc. makes several varieties of candy, including seasonal treats such as chocolate bunny rabbits and eggs and Halloween candy corn.

Source: JoNell Aleccia,