The Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition warns of the presence of Salmonella in a meat product sold in supermarkets. Specifically, it is the BURGUER MEAT product from the Hamburdehesa brand.
This alert has been issued after a notice issued by the General Directorate of Public Health and Pharmaceutical Regulation of the Ministry of Health and Consumption of the Junta de Andalucía, organ that has detected the bad state of the food. After its detection, the affected product has been withdrawn from the marketing channels.
The product has been distributed in the autonomous communities of Andalusia and Madrid and the autonomous city of Ceuta, although other redistributions are not ruled out. In Andalusia, the product has been distributed in the provinces of Cadiz, Seville, Huelva and Malaga in Maxico, El Jamón and Cash Lepe establishments, as well as in stores of the Carrefour chain in all Andalusian provinces except Jaén.
However, at the moment no case has been detected in people associated with this alert. Even so, AESAN recommends that people who have products affected by this alert at home refrain from consuming them.
As explained by AESAN, the presence of Salmonella in products 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 and/or vomiting accompanied by fever and headache) it is recommended to go to a health center”, he indicates.
The details of the affected lot are as follows:
– Product name: BURGER MEAT HAMBURDEHESA Heifer from the meadow
– product appearance: Pack of 2 units of 130 g and pack of 2 units of 200 g.
– Lot Number: 300995
– Date of Expiry: 12/02/2022
– unit weight: 260g (2x130g) and 400g (2x200g)
– Temperature: refrigerated