Hoogvliet calls German steak tartar back because of bacteria
Photo: Hollandse Hoogte
Hoogvliet Supermarkets out of precaution at its German steak and beef tartare from the shelves. The meat may be the harmful bacteria listeria. Consumers are advised to have the products not to consume it, says the Dutch Food and consumer product safety Authority (NVWA) Tuesday.
The German steak it goes to packaging with expiration date 14, 15 and 16th February 2017. The beef tartare: 11, 12, 13 and 14 February 2017.11-2-2017.
Consumers can take the receipt back to the supermarket, and then they have their money back.
Listeria is a bacteria that is a food infection can cause. Products that are contaminated with listeria can be dangerous for the health especially pregnant women, the elderly, and people with a weakened immune system.