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Listeria recall for poultry meat

The Loc Son poultry rotisserie has a recall for poultry meat started. According to the company, the measurement takes place afterwards in the product Listeria have been found. These bacteria can Health damage.

The Loc Son poultry rotisserie is recalling poultry meat because in this product “Listeria monocytogenes” have been found. These pathogenic bacteria can be particularly dangerous for certain risk groups.

Reminder of grilled duck

According to a letter that the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) on its portal “foodwarning.de», the following product from the Loc Son poultry rotisserie is affected by the recall:

Last name: “Grilled duck from Loc Son“: 14.4 kg/carton; 13.5kg/box; 12.6kg/box; 12kg/carton; 11.4kg/box; 10.8 kg/carton; 10.2 kg/carton; 10kg/carton (B goods); 15kg/carton; Duck meat; Brand: LOC SON ENTE, Expiry date (MHD): between 07/19/2024 and 07/29/2024.

The reason for the recall: via a random sample control were found in this product “Listeria monocytogenes”.

The company is asking that the product not be resold and that consumers be notified that it is being recalled. Of the purchase price because the goods will be refunded.

Danger especially for risk groups

In healthy adults, an infection with Listeria monocytogenes (Listeria) is in most cases trivial or follows a harmless course with flu-like symptoms such as fever and muscle aches or vomiting and diarrhoea, explains the Office of Health. Bavarian State for Health and Food Safety (LGL) on its website.

But especially to risk groups (Elderly people or people with weakened immune systems), eating food contaminated with these bacteria can lead to serious illness, the company warns in the recall letter.

Local colonization of the intestinal tract has also been described and can lead to severe, febrile, self-limiting infection, even in healthy people. gastroenteritis carry out. (ad)

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Important Note:
This article contains general advice only and should not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment. It cannot substitute a visit to the doctor.

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