Fears of salmonella contamination has driven chocolate-maker Hershey to recall a wide variety of its chocolate bars and candies made at its Smiths Falls, Ontario plant.

However, a company spokesperson said the risk to consumers is low, since “most of the product in question is either already in our control or is currently being retrieved from our customers,” according to company spokesperson Stephanie Moritz.

The source of the contamination is believed to be an ingredient from an outside supplier sent to the company’s plant, but that has not been confirmed.

Hershey Canada Inc. of Mississauga voluntarily recalled the products from the marketplace, and has said that there have been no reported illnesses associated with the recalled product.