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The producer recalls the ham due to the suspicion of Salmonella

Campofrio Food Group Deutschland GmbH in Ratingen, North Rhine-Westphalia, has launched a call for the "Aoste Kernschinken 80g" product. The ham could be contaminated with Salmonella. These bacteria can cause diarrhea and other medical conditions.

Potential Salmonella contamination

Campofrio Food Group Germany GmbH in Ratingen (North Rhine-Westphalia) recovers the product "cooked ham Aoste 80g" with the best dates 13.12.2018, 20.12.2018, 26.12.2018 and 03.01.2019. According to the company, there are potential salmonella contamination in certain batches of pork from a supplier. "The potentially interesting raw material was developed in the" Aoste Kernschinken 80g "product, writes the producer.

Campofrio Food Group Deutschland GmbH recalls the product "Aoste Kernschinken 80g". The ham could be contaminated with harmful Salmonella. (Image: HLPhoto /

The consumption of the products concerned is not recommended

"From the supplier's and our manufacturer's product analyzes there are currently no Salmonella contamination of designated pig lots or the known end product," he says.

However, as a precaution, the company remembers the following batches of "Aoste Kernschinken 80g":

GTIN / EAN: 5 411328 079145, better first: 13.12.2018, lot: 4073
GTIN / EAN: 5 411328 079145, better first: 17.12.2018, lot: 4076
GTIN / EAN: 5 411328 079145, better first: 20.12.2018, lot: 4079
GTIN / EAN: 5 411328 079145, better before: 12.26.2018, lot: 4084
GTIN / EAN: 5 411328 079145, better before: 03.01.2019, lot: 4091

According to the information, the products have been marketed through several retail chains throughout Germany. "We advise against eating the affected products".

Buyers will receive a refund of the RRP price upon receipt of the photograph of the product, including the expiration date and lot number, as well as the bank details.

Bacteria can cause gastrointestinal diseases

Salmonella can be a cause of severe gastric / intestinal disorders (salmonellosis).

The disease manifests itself several hours after days of infection and is manifested mainly by sudden onset of diarrhea, abdominal pain, malaise, cold sensation and headache.

In some cases, vomiting and mild fever are added.

Symptoms usually disappear after a few hours or days.

However, for children, young children, the elderly and those with compromised immune systems, fluid loss due to diarrhea and vomiting can be dangerous. (To)



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