The Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN), dependent on the Ministry of Consumption, has issued a alert for the presence of listeria in smoked salmon marinated with dill made in Spain.
This is reflected in an information published this Wednesday, May 19, in which it informs that the notice comes from the Junta de Andalucía, through the Coordinated System for Rapid Information Exchange (SCIRI), and warns of the presence of Listeria monocytogenes in marinated smoked salmon from the Royal brand, with expiration date 05/23/2021.
The manufacturing company has contacted its customers and is managing the product recall From the market.
- Product Name: Smoked Salmon Marinated with Dill.
- Brand name: Royal.
- Lot number 1098B1-098.
- Expiration date 05/23/2021.
- Bar code: EAN841248-051128-0.
- Unit weight: 80g.
- Temperature: refrigeration.
For all Communities
The product has been distributed to all the autonomous communities and the competent authorities, through the SCIRI, have already been informed in order to verify the withdrawal of the affected products from the marketing channels. According to the information available by AESAN, no case associated with this alert has been confirmed in Spain.
As a precautionary measure, it is recommended that people have products listed above in their homes, refrain from consuming them and return them to the points of sale.
Symptoms to be aware of
If you have consumed these types of products from the affected batches and present any symptoms compatible with listeriosis (vomiting, diarrhea, or fever), it is recommended to go to a health center.
In the case of being pregnant, it is recommended to consult the recommendations consumption during pregnancy carried out by AESAN regarding important food hygiene practices for pregnant women, as well as a list of foods to avoid during pregnancy because they are associated with certain biological hazards (among which Listeria monocytogenes stands out).