Supermarket chain Jumbo warns customers about the potential presence of salmonella in fourteen fresh pork products under private label. The bacterium is during a regular quality control found.
The relevant pork products layers last week in the supermarket. They are Friday immediately picked up from the shelves.
It comes to the products mixed pasta with minced meat, Fries mixed with minced meat, mixed spiced minced meat, mixed minced meat, ) tomato basicilicum, varkensbraadworst and varkenssaucijs.
The products are at least tenable to Friday, Saturday or Sunday. The artikelnummering is to be found on the website of the supermarket. The spokesman of Jumbo couldn’t tell you how many products are sold.
Jumbo advises customers to these products not to consume. Victims can the meat return it to the store and their money back. They do not need the proof of purchase to show.
According to the spokesman, the salmonella is only one of the suppliers found. For that reason, not all fresh pork products recalled.
Salmonella is a bacteria that is most prevalent in raw, animal products such as meat, fish or eggs. The bacteria can be heat killed. Estimated to be hit annually more than 30.000 people in the Netherlands is infected with salmonella.
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