Fish recall: German manufacturer warns of salmonella - never consume the product
Created: 01/11/2023 10:27 am
By: Anna Lorenz
Fish and salmonella - it's an old song.
Now a German manufacturer is recalling a batch of the product because of the "possibility of health hazards".
Dassow - Whether in fish, eggs or even articles that you buy in the drugstore, products are always infected with salmonella.
The manufacturers regularly react with recalls, since the pathogen can cause damage to health.
Consumers should therefore keep themselves informed, because salmonella in particular is a health risk for young and old.
Tests such as those by Ökotest, which examined fish from Lidl, Aldi and Norma, are also helpful in realizing the desire for high-quality food.
Possibly salmonella in herring - German fish manufacturer recalls product
The currently affected product, which is subject to a recall due to the "possibility of adverse health effects", comes from the German manufacturer Anker GmbH Fisch- u.
It is a batch of "Anker Herring in Jelly", which is sold in 200g packs and has an expiry date of April 6th, 2023.
"Anchor herring in jelly", 200 grams
Anker GmbH fish and delicatessen factory
Expiry date 04/06/2023
Fish recall due to salmonella - Affected customers need to know this now
Retailers have already been informed by the manufacturer based in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
The affected batch is therefore likely to have disappeared from the shelves of the grocery stores.
Anyone who has purchased the fish can return it to the respective dealer.
Full details on product recalls and their consequences can be found in this guide.
This product is affected by the recall.
© Screenshot / www.anker-fisch.de
According to Anker GmbH Fisch- und Feinkostfabrik, they are "in the process of determining further background information and will [...] inform the public as soon as new information is available." There is close cooperation with the authorities.
Consumers may apologize for the inconvenience caused by the recall.