Liquid eggs withdrawn from the market due to the presence of salmonella

The Spanish Food Safety and Nutrition Agency (AESAN) has alerted of the presence of salmonella in a food product traded in the markets.

Specifically, it is about liquid whole egg pasteurized, brand ovo packfrom the Sevillian town of Marchena.

This product is mainly intended for the restoration channel, from where it is already being withdrawn. Even so, food safety agencies do not rule out that in some cases it may have been marketed directly to consumers.

So far, and with the information available to AESAN, the product has been distributed in Andalusia, Extremadura and Madridalthough there is no record of any case of salmonella associated with the alert.

However, it is recommended that people who have the product affected by this alert at home refrain from consuming it and return it to the point of purchase.

As explained by AESAN, the presence of salmonella can pose certain risks to the health of people who consume them. In the case of having consumed this product and presenting symptoms compatible with salmonellosis (mainly diarrhea me vomiting accompanied by fever Y headache) it is recommended to go to a health center.

Product image. / AESAN

Affected Lot Information

The data of the product involved are:

– Product Name: Pasteurized Liquid Whole Egg

– Brand Name: Ovopak

– Product appearance: Tetrabrik

– Batch number: 11160

– Expiration date 01/10/2022

– Unit weight: 1L

– Temperature: cooling


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