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Be careful, gut bacteria! Germany-wide salami recall is ongoing

2022-11-28T15:11:00.747Z

Be careful, gut bacteria! Germany-wide salami recall is ongoing Created: 11/28/2022, 4:00 p.m By: Martina Lippl Tried salami with wild boar with intestinal bacteria. Federal Office for Consumer Protection warns against consumption of a certain batch. © Lebensmittelwarning.de/ manufacturer Salami with wild boar in the fridge? The Federal Office for Consumer Protection warns against the consumpt



Be careful, gut bacteria!

Germany-wide salami recall is ongoing

Created: 11/28/2022, 4:00 p.m

By: Martina Lippl

Tried salami with wild boar with intestinal bacteria.

Federal Office for Consumer Protection warns against consumption of a certain batch.

© Lebensmittelwarning.de/ manufacturer

Salami with wild boar in the fridge?

The Federal Office for Consumer Protection warns against the consumption of a certain product.

There is a health hazard.

Braunschweig - The product - a salami with wild boar - was sold throughout Germany in various groups, retailers, butchers and delicatessens in the period from November 8th to 18th.

The Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) now expressly warns against the consumption of "

Salame con cinghiale, salami with wild boar, approx. 350 g

".

The product with the batch 22259 and the best before date (MHD) February 13, 2023. It should “no longer be consumed”.

Delicatessen recalls salami with wild boar: This product is affected

  • Product: Salame con cinghiale, salami with wild boar, approx. 350 g  

  • Producer: Anitca Macelleria Falorni srl, Piazza G. Matteotti 71, IT-50022 Greve in Chianti (IT)

  • Batch: 22259

  • Best before date (MHD): 02/13/2023

  • Product recall date: November 25, 2022

Other batches of the product and other products from the producer and the food company are said to be unaffected by the recall.

Italian salami with wild boar possibly contaminated with germs

The affected salami with wild boar could be contaminated with E.coli bacteria (Escherichia coli bacteria).

An EHEC infection can cause diarrheal diseases in people, some with serious complications.

Symptoms of an EHEC infection can be watery diarrhea or nausea, vomiting and/or abdominal pain, and in rare cases fever and bloody diarrhea.

The incubation period after consumption is usually one to three days, rarely up to ten days, according to the delicatessen retailer's press release.

Infants and children up to preschool age are therefore more likely to become ill.

This group, as well as older people or those with a weakened immune system, are particularly at risk of developing severe courses and complications (up to and including acute kidney failure).

If consumers experience the symptoms mentioned, the delicatessen retailer recommends consulting a doctor immediately and pointing out the suspicion of EHEC.

Consumers can bring the affected product back to the respective point of sale.

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Product recalls happen all the time.

Contamination of food with chemicals, bacteria or viruses is one of the most common reasons. 

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Source: merkur

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