Food alert: they demand that this product be brought back to the supermarket because of salmonella

A new food alert saw the light so we must be careful and not consume the product of Supermarket which has been withdrawn and of which we will provide you with all the details. A product that belongs to supermarkets lidl so if you bought it, it is better that you do not consume it since the food alert launched concerns the risk of salmonella.

Food alert with this Lidl product

The latest of the alerts for the withdrawal of a supermarket product comes from the Spanish Food Safety and Nutrition Agency (AESAN) and concerns two batches of Chistorra de Navarra of 220 gramswhich is manufactured by the company Navarra de Embutidos SL and is distributed exclusively in Lidl supermarkets.

The batches concerned have the number 222429 and expiry date February 26 and 27, 2023. Alert AESAN, an agency under the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, warns of the risk of salmonella, although no related cases have been reported so far.

In any case, AESAN asked consumers who purchased this product with the indicated batch do not consume it and return it at the supermarket where they bought it.

Product recall information is already has been transferred to the competent authorities of the Autonomous Communities through the Coordinated System for the Rapid Exchange of Information (SCIRI), so that the withdrawal of the affected product from all the stores in which it is currently sold can be verified.

AESAN also recalls that the salmonella It can be a risk to our health in case of consumption of a contaminated product. In case we have eaten this Lidl product which has just been withdrawn and we have any type of related symptom such as diarrhea and/or vomiting accompanied by headache and fever, It is advisable to go to a nearby health center as soon as possible, especially because of diarrhea as it can lead to severe dehydration.

The salmonellosis is a common foodborne illness Thus, news about this specific product should not arouse suspicion from customers of Lidl or any other supermarket.. It is produced from bacteria of the Salmonella genus. which have been detected and which can multiply rapidly. For this reason, it is better not to risk it and return the removed product if you realize that you have it at home.