Re-net-recall due to Salmonella bacteria in this sausage20/02/2019
Salmonella contamination of Salami-sausage
The Discounter net a Batch of “Salamini classic“ calls; his supplier Mar-Ko meat back. During a self-inspection by Mar-Ko Fleischwaren have been found in sausage Salmonella. This Salami you should not eat according to the net please!
It is the “Salamini classic“ in the 4×25 gram pack with the marking: EN EV 1277 EC and the date of minimum durability 06. October 2019. A consumption is strongly discouraged.
These provinces are affected
According to Mark-Ko meat were the product offers net in Bremen, lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia. Other minimum shelf-life data, and other products were not affected.
Purchased goods return
Customers who have purchased the product, should it be consumed under any circumstances. The Salami can be back in net, and the purchase price will be refunded.
So you can detect a Salmonella illness
Salmonella is a disease with manifested diarrhea, abdominal pain, Nausea, and vomiting. In infants, small children, the elderly and people with weakened immune systems, the disease can be life under circumstances of threat. The incubation period is two to three days. If you feel symptoms of a Salmonella infection, you should urgently consult a doctor. (fm)