Because of suspected salmonella, a manufacturer of a baguette sold at the discounter Netto recalled the goods.
The product was offered in almost all federal states.
Lüdinghausen - The manufacturer of a salami and cheese baguette sold at the discounter Netto has recalled the goods on suspicion of salmonella.
The article "take away salami-cheese baguette" with the best before date 03.08.2021 and the batch number CH428115 is affected, said PE.WE GmbH from Lüdinghausen in North Rhine-Westphalia on Thursday.
The product was offered nationwide at Netto Marken-Discount, except in Bremen, Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein.
Further best-before dates, batch numbers or other products of the “take away” brand are not affected.
It cannot be ruled out that individual packs are contaminated with salmonella.
Consumption could lead to health problems.
Netto took the goods off sale immediately after the recall.
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A Salmonella disease manifests itself within a few days after infection with diarrhea, abdominal pain and occasional vomiting and a low temperature, it said in the message. The symptoms usually subside on their own after several days. In particular, infants, toddlers, pregnant women, the elderly and people with a weakened immune system could develop more severe disease courses. People who have eaten this food and develop severe or persistent symptoms should seek medical attention and advise them of a possible salmonella infection.
There are repeated recalls due to products possibly contaminated with bacteria or viruses.
Goods that perish quickly are particularly susceptible.
That is why there are laws and rules with regard to food safety that manufacturers must observe.
So are supposed to contaminate food
prevented by pathogens or foreign bodies.
(dpa / fmü)