Meat and sausage withdrawal for listeria and salmonella

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New food alerts from the Ministry of Health. Two types of meat were withdrawn because they were contaminated with Listeria Monocytogenes and Salmonella.

Still alarms for meat considered dangerous for human health. Two different bacteria have been detected in some batches that could cause gastrointestinal problems.

The first recall it concerns la adult bovine tartare marketed by Lidl and produced by Rosso Spa at the factory in Via Traves 43 in Turin. In this case, the lot withdrawn is n ° 1071215 in the 200 gram format with expiry date 13/06/19.

According to what was reported in the list of Ministry Safety Notices, one was detected

"Microbiological non-compliance (Presence of Listeria monocytogenes on a sample unit, <10ufc / g) ".

The second recall concerns the sausage of FMB meat processing, in via Trieste in Calci (PI). It is a loose product, characterized by batch number 33491 and expiry date 26/06/2019. The withdrawal is due to the presence of the bacterium salmonella.

In both cases, if you have purchased these batches you should avoid consuming the meat as it could cause food poisoning.

Listeria presents with several symptoms: from milder ones such as nausea, vomiting or diarrhea to more serious complications. The greatest risks concern pregnant, elderly and immunosuppressed women.

Same thing goes for the salmonella, which can present with fever, abdominal cramps, nausea and vomiting but also blood in the stool and can lead to complications in pregnancy.

For the latest food alerts, read also:

  • Undeclared allergens in egg liqueur: the ministry withdraws Bombardino
  • Withdrawn nut and granular broth for undeclared allergens

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