Thursday , December 2 2021

Food alert, listeria salami withdrawn. What are the health risks


Salami (archive photo)
Salami (archive photo)

De Ministry of Health has launched a eat alert. The announcement concerns a batch of salami from the Marche a region Mark Salumificio Rossi. The recall is due to the presence of the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes.

It is a salami of about half a kilo that is sold separately or vacuum-packed. The lot in question was produced on 6 September 2021 with expiration date on 12 November 2021. The recalled Marche salami was produced by Salumificio Rossi Srl at the factory in via day Pini 35 / A, in Moresco, in the province of Fermo (the brand of IT CE identification U316Q).

Il Minstero invites those who have bought it not to consume the product and return it to the point of sale.

De batterio listeria monocytogenes can be the beginning of listeria. A disease that can be contracted mainly by the consumption of contaminated food, raw or ready. The symptoms are: fever, body aches, encephalitis and in severe cases it can degenerate into meningitis and sepsis (general infection). Listeria can therefore lead to death (mortality is estimated at about 20-30%).

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