Next sausage recall: again warns of bacterial infestation
Created: 09/27/2022, 16:02
By: Alexander Gottschalk
A Tamtürk brand product is disappearing from supermarket shelves for the time being.
Anyone who has already shopped should check their fridge.
Kassel/Brunswick - The Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) has
issued a warning about a "Tamtürk" brand sausage product via its consumer portal
Several batches of the product "TT Tavuk Spezial 1000g" are affected.
The butcher shop Sivas from Duisburg announced on Monday (September 26) that the article was being recalled because of “existing health risks”.
Customers should be careful.
There's another recall at the supermarket.
(Iconic image) © Tobias Steinmaurer/Imago
The poultry sausage is therefore contaminated with Listeria.
Listeria are bacteria that can usually cause illnesses with diarrhea, vomiting and fever within 14 days.
For risk groups (e.g. pregnant women, the elderly and immunocompromised) an infection can be life-threatening.
Listeria are often found in animal foods, so sausages from another manufacturer are currently being recalled for the same reason.
TT Tavuk Special 1000g
since September 26, 2022 because of Listeria
BBD from 21.09, 18.10 and 24.11
This sausage is currently under recall.
© Sivas GmbH
Sausage recall: get money back at checkout
The "Tamtürk" sausages from the 1000g pack, which have a best before date (MHD) until September 21st, October 18th or November 24th, are being recalled.
According to the BVL, these were sold in grocery stores in Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia.
Otherwise, the manufacturer advertises the production of “high-quality Halal products”.
Upon presentation of the till receipt, customers get their money back in the sales outlets.