Callback: This Christmas may the spice be with Salmonella contaminated
Callback: cardamom-a spice with Salmonella burdened
Anyone who wants to at home and start the Christmas cookie baking, you should again check the ingredients. Because currently a particular cardamom is called seasoning because it may be contaminated with Salmonella. These bacteria can lead to diarrhea.
Salmonella in the cardamom-a spice
Cardamom is actually spices to the healthy Christmas. However, certain packs can damage the health of may. Because, as the Federal office for consumer protection and food safety reported on its Portal “Lebensmittelwarnung.de” call back the company TSI a specific cardamom spice, because it may be contaminated with Salmonella.
Often during the Christmas pastry used spice
According to the figures available, the company warns TSI from the lower Saxony, the town of Zeven in front of a Salmonella contaminated cardamom-a spice that is often used in Christmas cookies.
Of the recall, Miller’s cardamom is ground affected “in the shell” in sachets of 10 grams.
The products with minimum shelf-life data, 31.01.2021 and 31.02.2021 have the batch number / label: 01.2021 A23 – 02.2021 A02 – 02.2021 A03 – 02.2021 B03 – 02.2021 C05 – 02.2021 A06 – 02.2021 B06.
Bacteria can cause gastro-intestinal disorders
Salmonella can be the cause of serious gastro-intestinal diseases (salmonellosis).
The disease manifests itself within a few days after infection with diarrhea, abdominal pain and occasionally vomiting and slight fever.
Usually the pain subsides after a few days.
In the preparation of bakery goods or the like is to be expected due to the high temperatures in baking, normally of no health concern.
“People who have eaten this food and severe or persistent symptoms develop, should seek medical assistance and a possible Salmonella infection, notes” it says on the Portal “Lebensmittelwarnung.de”. (ad)