Important sausage recall due to health-threatening listeria

Important sausage recall due to health-threatening listeria

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Listeria proven: manufacturer recalls spread sausage

Natur Fleischhandels GmbH from Bollewick (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania) has started a recall for the article "String sausage with garlic". According to the company, listeria were found in the sausage spread. These bacteria trigger the listeriosis disease.

Natur Fleischhandels GmbH from Bollewick in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is recalling the product "spread sausage with garlic". "As part of our internal company controls, listeria were qualitatively proven in a sample after enrichment," says a customer information that the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety has published on its portal "".

Purchase price will be refunded

The recall affects goods (item number 008335) that are available from 30.10. until 12.11.2019 was bought from the Naturverbund Müritz and is / was marked with the best before date 29.11.2019. Remnants that have not yet been used can be returned on site, the purchase price will be reimbursed.

Deadly courses possible

Listeria are bacteria that can cause the disease "listeriosis". In healthy adults, the infection is usually inconspicuous or takes a harmless course with flu-like symptoms such as fever and muscle pain or vomiting and diarrhea, explains the Bavarian State Office for Health and Food Safety (LGL) on its website.

Severe, sometimes fatal, forms of listeriosis occur in certain risk groups, for example in older or immunocompromised individuals and infants.

For pregnant women, the bacteria “pose a particular risk, since the unborn child may be infected with stillbirth, premature birth and newborn listeriosis, or inflammation of the brain and meninges and sepsis (blood poisoning). These forms of disease are fatal in about 30% of cases, ”said the LGL.

According to the office, the minimum dose of infection, i. H. the number of germs that can lead to the disease is unknown and seems to depend on the bacterial strain and the sensitivity of the sick person. It is therefore not advisable to eat contaminated food. (ad)

Author and source information

This text corresponds to the specifications of the medical literature, medical guidelines and current studies and has been checked by medical doctors.

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