Edeka, Kaufland and Rewe markets affected: organic dairy recalls quark - there is a risk of diarrhea and fever
Created: 12/21/2022 5:14 am
By: Patrick Huljina
Salmonella was detected in a quark from an organic dairy as part of internal checks.
The affected product is being recalled.
Biesenthal - The Lobetal organic dairy is recalling a batch of its "Qurt vanilla" quark.
Salmonella had been detected in it as part of self-checks.
The company said on Monday (December 19) in a press release.
Lobetaler Bio-Dairy recalls quark: Salmonella detected
According to the recall, only the item “Qurt vanilla” in the 200-gram pack with the best-before date of January 3, 2023 is affected Terra Naturkosthandel."
Lobetal organic dairy
Qurt vanilla 200 g (quark preparation)
Best before date:
January 3, 2023
Eating the quark can lead to diarrhea, abdominal pain and a slight fever.
"Since the health of our customers is particularly important to us, we ask that you do not eat this product and we are recalling this item immediately," the company said in a statement.
Other products from the Lobetal organic dairy are not affected by the salmonella.
A batch of “Qurt vanilla” quark from the Lobetal organic dairy is being recalled.
© Lobetal organic dairy
Quark recall: diarrhea, abdominal pain and fever possible
Salmonella disease is a typical foodborne infection.
According to the Federal Center for Health Education (BZgA), sudden diarrhea, headache and abdominal pain, general malaise and occasional vomiting are common symptoms.
In addition, infected people often have a slight fever.
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According to the BZgA, the disease breaks out after six to 72 hours after infection, but usually after twelve to 36 hours.
The symptoms often last for several days, but then subside on their own.
Eggs have recently been recalled due to suspected salmonella.
The same applies to a recall at dm, an organic product was affected here.