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Health risk: Recall started for Baltic fish graved salmon
The food producer Ostsee Fisch GmbH & Co. has launched a recall campaign for "Graved Salmon". The product was objected to on the basis of evidence from Listeria. These bacteria can cause flu-like symptoms and diarrhea, among other things.
Diseased germs in salmon
On the portal "Lebensmittelwarnung.de" of the federal states and the Federal Office of Consumer Protection, Listeria in "Ostsee Fisch Graved Salmon with honey-mustard-dill sauce" from the company Ostsee Fisch GmbH & Co. Produktions- und Vertrieb KG are warned. According to the information, there was a "complaint based on the detection of Listeria monocytogenes". These bacteria can affect health.
Affected goods have been removed from circulation
This affects the 150 gram pack with the usage date 8/8/2016, the batch number / lot identification 1000154636/1000154730/1000154768 and the EAN code: 4013276753125. removed from circulation.
Evidence of listeria is piling up
The reports of evidence of listeria are increasing: just a few weeks ago, the salmon smokehouse Von SER recalled two of its products that could endanger health. The reason for this was a proven exposure to listeria. Listeria (Listeria monocytogenes) can cause so-called “listeriosis” in humans.
The bacteria can be dangerous for the weak and pregnant
The condition can cause flu-like symptoms such as vomiting, muscle pain, diarrhea and fever. Although the disease usually takes a harmless course in healthy adults, it can be dangerous for pregnant women, newborns, the elderly and people with weak immune defenses and can lead to blood poisoning, inflammation of the brain or meninges, for example. The risk of premature birth or miscarriage increases in pregnant women.
Better avoid certain foods
According to the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), risk persons should, among other things, not eat raw animal foods (such as Mett) to protect themselves. You should also avoid smoked or marinated fish products and raw milk cheese. (ad)