Salmonella Recall: Metka Lososiowa (Polish Sausage)

Salmonella Recall: Metka Lososiowa (Polish Sausage)

Salmonella Recall:
Metka Lososiowa (Polish Sausage)


Metka Lososiowa (Polish Sausage)

Metka Lososiowa (Polish Sausage)

Wedlinka Delight is recalling their Metka Lososiowa (Polish sausage), because of the possibility of it being contaminated with salmonella.

Metka is a type of cured meat, that tends to be spread on bread.

Salmonella

Salmonella can be found in the guts of animals and humans, and thus can be in foods such as raw meat and poultry, unpasteurised dairy products and eggs.

This sausage has potentially been contaminated with salmonella, though no information is given as to the how.

In humans, symptoms caused by salmonella usually include fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps. Infected animals themselves may not necessarily display signs of illness, but symptoms can include diarrhoea.

For more information on Salmonella, go here.

Details on the Metka Lososiowa (Polish Sausage) Recall

Product

Pack Size

Best Before

Lot Numbers

Pathogen

Metka Lososiowa

approximately 250g

03 April 2019

72

Salmonella

To read the Food Standards Agency's recall notice, click here. To see Wedlinka Delight's own recall notice on the Food Standards Agency's website, click here. We could not find any information regarding the recall on Wedlinka Delight's own website.