Aldi Nord warns of salmonella in salmon salad
As the discounter Aldi Nord informs on its website, the salmon salad of the Dutch manufacturer "Johma Salades B.V." may be contaminated with salmonella. The bacteria can cause severe gastrointestinal disorders.
Salmon salad with salmonella sold in Lower Saxony and Bremen Discounter Aldi Nord is calling back its salmon salad. "Please bring the product Salmon Salad, 150 g from the manufacturer" Johma Salades BV "back to our branches. The purchase price will of course be refunded to you," the company said on its website of the product with salmonella cannot be excluded ”.
The salmon salad was sold in Lower Saxony and Bremen. Until further notice, trade in the product will be discontinued. "In the interest of the safety and health of our customers, eating this product is not recommended," writes the discounter. "Salmonella can be harmful. Especially pregnant women, young children and people with a weakened immune system can experience serious illnesses as a result of consuming the product," warns Aldi Nord, other products are not affected.
Salmonella cause gastrointestinal diseases
Recall campaigns due to Salmonella, such as in July for Aldi Süd cat ham, should not be taken lightly. If food is recalled from the sale, it is imperative to refrain from consuming the products, as serious gastrointestinal diseases threaten.
In the case of salmonellosis caused by salmonella, those affected initially complain of abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting as well as diarrhea. A vomiting diarrhea often follows. Affected people should definitely see a doctor because not only does internal dehydration due to loss of fluid and salt threaten, but also serious circulatory problems, cramps and, in the worst case, kidney failure. Salmonellosis can also promote the development of typhoid. Pregnant women, children and people with immunodeficiency are particularly at risk. (ag)