Salmonella Recall: Aldi’s Specially Selected Tikka King Prawns
Salmonella Recall: Aldi's Specially Selected Tikka King Prawns
Aldi's Specially Selected Tikka King Prawns
Aldi is recalling its Specially Selected Tikka King Prawns, because the product has been found to contain Salmonella. The affected batches have only been for sale in Scotland.
Salmonella can cause food poisoning. Symptoms of salmonellosis are fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps. It can be life-threatening if it infects the bloodstream.
It is commonly found in the intestines of healthy birds and mammals, and can be transferred via contaminated food - like these Aldi King Prawns. For more information on Salmonella, follow this link and this one here.
Aldi's Specially Selected Tikka King Prawns Recall
Specially Selected Tikka King Prawns
13 April 2018,
14 April 2018
The date of this recall was 29 December 2016. The original recall by the Food Standards Agency is now no longer available. However, the BBC News article can be found here.