On sale at Aldi and Rewe: recall for chicken salami due to Salmonella
Zur Mühlen Gruppe Markenvertriebs GmbH has started a recall for the product "Wilhelm Brandenburg - Chicken Salami Sticks with vegetable fat, air-dried, with fine mold, 90g". Occasionally salmonella was found in the sausage. These bacteria can cause diarrhea and other health problems.
Salmonella in Chicken Salami
Zur Mühlen Gruppe Markenvertriebs GmbH is recalling the product "Wilhelm Brandenburg - Chicken salami sticks with vegetable fat, air-dried, with fine mold, 90g", with the best before date (best before) 05.06.2018. According to a message from the internet portal "produktwarnung.eu", the callback is via Aldi-Süd and Rewe. "Salmonella was found sporadically as part of laboratory controls," says a press release from Rewe. And: "It is strongly advised not to consume the named product!"
Bacteria can cause gastrointestinal disorders
Salmonella can cause severe gastrointestinal disorders (salmonellosis).
The disease occurs a few hours to days after the infection and manifests itself primarily through sudden onset diarrhea, abdominal pain, malaise, feeling cold and headache.
In some cases, vomiting and mild fever are added.
The symptoms usually go away on their own after a few hours or days.
Losing fluid due to diarrhea and vomiting can be dangerous for infants, young children, the elderly and people with a weakened immune system.
If symptoms occur, see a doctor
"People who develop severe or persistent symptoms and have eaten this food are advised to see a doctor immediately," said Rewe.
According to the information, the company reacted immediately and had the affected article taken out of sale.
Customers can return the affected product against reimbursement of the purchase price in the respective market. (ad)