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Update: Kaufland extends recall for lamb fillets
The grocery chain Kaufland Germany has proven Salmonella during a routine check in a batch of “Exquisit Lamb Fillets” from Steakmeister GmbH in Hamburg. The batch has now been removed from the sale as these bacteria can cause diarrhea. Kaufland guarantees customers the immediate refund of the purchase price when the affected goods are returned, even without proof of purchase.
Salmonella in frozen lamb fillets
The food retail chain Kaufland is recalling the following product: "Exquisit lamb fillets", ready to cook, portioned, frozen, in a 400 gram pack, with the EAN 4337185430084 and with the best-before date / batch: April 9th, 2020 / L 1841301 B22. "Salmonella was detected in this batch in a routine check," the company wrote in a message.
Affected goods have been taken out of sale
According to the information, the meat comes from the supplier Steakmeister GmbH from Hamburg and, according to Kaufland, has been removed from the range.
Bacteria can cause gastrointestinal disorders
Salmonella are bacteria that can trigger severe gastrointestinal disorders (salmonellosis).
The disease occurs a few hours to days after the infection and manifests itself primarily through sudden onset diarrhea, abdominal pain, malaise and headache.
In some cases, vomiting and mild fever are added.
The symptoms usually go away on their own after a few hours or days.
However, fluid loss due to diarrhea and vomiting can be dangerous for infants, young children, the elderly and people with a weakened immune system.
"Because of this health risk, customers should definitely pay attention to the recall and not consume the affected item with the stated best before date," Kaufland writes.
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