Ireland – Recall of Certain Batches of Baily and Kish Salmon Simply Smoked Due to the Detection of Listeria monocytogenes

FSAI

Wednesday, 28 October 2020

Summary
Category 1: For Action
Alert Notification: 2020.74
Product: Baily & Kish Salmon Simply Smoked; approval number: IE DN 0004 EC
Batch Code: Please see batch codes and use by dates in table below.

Country Of Origin: Ireland

Message:

Kish Fish are recalling all packs of the above batches of its Baily & Kish Salmon Simply Smoked due to the detection of Listeria monocytogenes. Consumers are advised to check their freezers for the implicated batches. Point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in stores supplied with the affected batches.

Nature Of Danger:

Symptoms of Listeria monocytogenes infection can include vomiting, nausea, persistent fever, muscle aches, severe headache and neck stiffness.  In rare cases, the infection can be more severe, causing serious complications.  Some people are more vulnerable to Listeria monocytogenes infections, including pregnant women, babies, and people with weakened immune systems, including the elderly.  The incubation period (time between initial infection and first symptoms appearing) is on average 3 weeks but can range between 3 and 70 days.  

Action Required:

Manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, caterers & retailers:

Retailers are requested to display a point-of-sale recall notice in stores where the affected batches were sold.

Wholesalers/distributors are requested to contact their affected customers and recall the affected batch and provide a point-of-sale recall notice to their retailer customers.

Consumers:

Consumers are advised not to eat the implicated batches.

Table smoked salmon
Salmon 100g
Salmon 200g

Netherlands – Important Safety Warning PLUS Spanish Fuet Sweet Tomato and PLUS Spanish Fuet BBQ – Salmonella

NVWA

PLUS Supermarkets has decided to immediately recall 2 products from the stores. It’s about:

Warning
Description Barcode Best before
PLUS Spanish fuet sweet tomato PACK 150GR 8710624810764 31-10-20
PLUS Spanish Fuet BBQ PAK 150GR 8710624810757 3-11-20
5-11-20
19-11-20

The products may contain salmonella. Consuming the fuet with these expiration dates can cause food infections and pose a health hazard, especially in young children, the elderly, people with a weakened immune system and pregnant women. Consult your doctor or general practitioner if you have any questions about health problems.

Customers are urged not to eat the products and to return them to a PLUS store.

If you have any questions, please contact PLUS Consumer Service on 0800-222 44 43 (free). They are available on working days from 08:00 to 19:00 and on Saturday from 08:00 to 16:00.

Download ‘Important Safety Warning PLUS Spanish Fuet Sweet Tomato and PLUS Spanish Fuet BBQ’

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Warning | 28-10-2020

Photo of 2 fuet sausages

© PLUS Supermarket

France – Product recall: Mini Jesus Pilat brand Saucisson du Pilat / Salaisonniers du Pilat – Listeria monocytogenes

Oulah

Product recall: Mini Jesus Pilat brand: Saucisson du Pilat / Salaisonniers du Pilat

ENCOUNTERED PROBLEM

Above-norm presence of Listeria monocytogenes

PROPOSED SOLUTION

Those in possession of this product are asked not to consume it and to return it to the point of sale where it was purchased.

People who have consumed this product and who have a fever, isolated or accompanied by headaches, are invited to consult their doctor, notifying him of this consumption.
Pregnant women should pay special attention to these symptoms, as well as immunocompromised people and the elderly. These symptoms may suggest listeriosis, a disease that can be serious and can take up to eight weeks to incubate.

FURTHER INFORMATION

▸ Barcode
• 3595570001153
• 3595570001757- Ringed product

▸ Lot and DLUO
• 2024601 from 12/19/20 to
12/22/20 • 2023805 from 12/04/20 to
12/20/20 • 2023104 from 11/29/20 to 12/19/20
• 2022405 from 27 /
11/20 to 12/13/20 • 2021706 from 11/17/20 to 12/02/20
• 2021008 from 11/14/20 to 11/27/20
• 2021004 from 11/15/20 to 11/24 / 20
• 2020409 from 11/10/20 to 11/14/20
• 2020408 from 11/10/20 to 11/22/20

▸ Consumer service contact
La Salaison du Mont Pilat is available to consumers to answer their questions at the telephone number: “04.77.20.97.23 or by email contact@salaisons-mont-pilat.fr”.

▸ Source
https://www.auchan.fr/

France – Product recall: Saucisson Campagnard – Saucisson du Pilat / Salaisonniers du Pilat – Listeria monocytogenes

Oulah

Product recall: Saucisson Campagnard - Saucisson du Pilat / Salaisonniers du Pilat

ENCOUNTERED PROBLEM

Above-norm presence of Listeria monocytogenes

PROPOSED SOLUTION

Those in possession of this product are asked not to consume it and to return it to the point of sale where it was purchased for reimbursement.

People who have consumed this product and who have a fever, isolated or accompanied by headaches, are invited to consult their doctor, notifying him of this consumption.
Pregnant women should pay special attention to these symptoms, as well as immunocompromised people and the elderly. These symptoms may suggest listeriosis, a disease that can be serious and can take up to eight weeks to incubate.

FURTHER INFORMATION

▸ Barcode
• 3595570001771
• 3595570001177 – Bare product

▸ Lot and DLUO
• 2025202 from 12/18/20 to 12/30/20
• 2024502 ​​from 12/07/20 to 12/19/20
• 2024409 01/05/21
• 2023803 from 12/04/20 to 12/07 12/20
• 2023802 from 05/12/20 to 14/12/20
• 2023103 from 29/11/20 to 12/12/20
• 2023101 from 17/11/20 to 14/12/20
• 2022402 from 17 / 11/20 to 28/11/20
• 2021704 from 13/11/20 to 07/01/21
• 2021703 from 14/11/20 to 23/11/20
• 2021002 from 06/11/20 to 14/11 / 20
• 2021001 from 06/11/20 to 14/11/20
• 2020404 from 02/11/20 to 08/11/20

▸ Consumer service contact
La Salaison du Mont Pilat is available to consumers to answer their questions at the telephone number: “04.77.20.97.23 or by email contact@salaisons-mont-pilat.fr”.

▸ Source
https://www.auchan.fr/

Photo: https://fr.openfoodfacts.org/

France – Product recall: Salaisonniers du Pilat brand rosette – Listeria monocytogenes

Oulah

Product recall: Salaisonniers du Pilat brand rosette

ENCOUNTERED PROBLEM

Above-norm presence of Listeria monocytogenes

PROPOSED SOLUTION

Those in possession of this product are asked not to consume it and to return it to the point of sale where it was purchased.

People who have consumed this product and who have a fever, isolated or accompanied by headaches, are invited to consult their doctor, notifying him of this consumption.
Pregnant women should pay special attention to these symptoms, as well as immunocompromised people and the elderly. These symptoms may suggest listeriosis, a disease that can be serious and can take up to eight weeks to incubate.

FURTHER INFORMATION

▸ Barcode
3595570001740

▸ Lot and DLUO

• 2026607
12/21/20 • 2025906 from 12/13/20 to
12/21/20 • 2025205 from 12/04/20 to 12/14/20
• 024602 from 11/27/20 to 12/21/20
• 2024408 05/01/21
• 2023807 05/01/21
• 2023705 from 20/11/20 to 07/01/21
• 2023107 from 13/11/20 to 23/12/20
• 2022404 from 07/11/20 to 11/17/20
• 2,021,707 of 30/10/20 to 10/11/20
• 2,021,010 of 25/11/20 to 31/10/20
• 2,020,407 of 09/20/20 to 23/11/20

▸ Consumer service contact
La Salaison du Mont Pilat is available to consumers to answer their questions at the telephone number: “04.77.20.97.23 or by email contact@salaisons-mont-pilat.fr”.

▸ Source
https://www.auchan.fr/

Photo: https://fr.openfoodfacts.org/

Australia – Sunny Seafood Pty Ltd — Sunny Supreme Frozen Shredded Coconut 200g -Salmonella

PSA

Photograph of Sunny Supreme Frozen Shredded Coconut

Identifying features

Best before date
20 August 2022
Other
APN/EPN 9337724006492

What are the defects?

The recall is due to microbial (Salmonella) contamination.

What are the hazards?

Food products contaminated with Salmonella may cause illness if consumed.

What should consumers do?

Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice and should return the products to the place of purchase for a full refund.

For further information, please contact Sunny Seafood Pty Ltd on 03 9480 6880 or via https://www.sunnyseafood.com.au

Traders who sold this product

Asian grocery stores and Asian supermarkets

Where the product was sold
Victoria
Dates available for sale
  • 8 October 2020 – 27 October 2020

Recall advertisements and supporting documentation

Coordinating agency

Food Standards Australia New Zealand is the coordinating agency for this recall.

UK – FSA issues precautionary safety and handling advice for specific eggs – Salmonella

FSA

Precautionary advice to consumers who have purchased a specific batch of British Lion eggs which may be contaminated with salmonella.

The FSA is issuing precautionary advice to consumers who have purchased a specific batch of British Lion eggs which may be contaminated with salmonella.

Affected eggs can be identified by the batch code and the best before date stamped on the eggshell.

The eggs affected are sold in some selected stores listed below in England and Wales only

The eggs affected are in batch 1UK15270. 

Product details

Sainsbury’s (certain stores)

Product Pack size Best before date
Medium Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s 6 30 October 2020

05 November 2020

Large Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s 6 30 October 2020

05 November 2020

Very Large Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s 6 30 October 2020

01 November 2020

05 November 2020

Medium Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s 12 01 November 2020

05 November 2020

Large Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s 12 30 October 2020

01 November 2020

04 November 2020

05 November 2020

Mixed Size Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s 15 30 October 2020
Basics Mixed Size Barn Eggs 15 01 November 2020
J James Mixed Size Free Range Eggs 10 01 November 2020

05 November 2020

Aldi (certain stores)

Product Pack size Best before date
Merevale Medium Free Range Eggs 6 04 November 2020

Asda (certain stores)

Product Pack size Best before date
Asda Large Free Range Eggs 12 30 October 2020

Risk to consumers

A very small number of the above eggs may be contaminated with salmonella, due to it being found in the environment. The eggshell surface might also be contaminated.

Symptoms caused by salmonella usually include fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps.

Our advice to consumers

As a precaution, consumers are advised to thoroughly cook the eggs listed in the table above, this means the egg yolks and whites should not be eaten runny. This will eliminate salmonella and avoid risk of illness.

Consumers should always follow good hygiene and egg handling practices when handling eggs and associated packaging, including:

  • storing eggs in the fridge until use
  • using eggs by the best before date
  • cleaning surfaces and kitchen equipment effectively after use, including the fridge
  • washing hands thoroughly after handling of eggs, including packaging and eggshells

Anyone who is concerned about symptoms should contact their GP or out of hours service in the first instance.

Consumers who wish to return the potentially affected eggs should contact the store from where they bought them for further information.

Only the eggs listed above sold at the stores in the table are affected.  No other eggs sold by these retailers or eggs sold at other shops are affected. There is no need to change your shopping habits for eggs or your usual cooking habits for eggs not listed above.

Philippines – 110 hospitalized due to food poisoning at funeral in Catanduanes

Manila Bulletin

At least 110 persons, who attended the funeral of the Catanduanes governor’s father, were rushed to different hospitals in Catanduanes after showing symptoms of food poisoning here.

Authorities are looking into the possibility of food poisoning after mourners at the wake of Catanduanes Governor Joseph C. Cua’s father last October 24 started to vomit, had diarrhea and high fever. Egg sandwich was reportedly served during the wake.

Scotland – Precautionary advice on cooking processed chicken products following link to UK cases of Salmonella

HPS

27 October 2020

Article: 54/4306

Food Standards Scotland (FSS) and Public Health Scotland (PHS) are reminding consumers to take care when handling and cooking chicken products at home. This advice comes as both organisations are involved in a multi-agency investigation into a suspected rise in cases of Salmonella linked to processed chicken products, such as nuggets, goujons, dippers, poppers and kievs.

Since January 2020, there have been 390 cases of salmonellosis across the UK, caused by two strains of Salmonella enteritidis linked to frozen, raw and breaded chicken products. Of these cases, 32 were in Scotland.

FSS advise that people do not need to make changes to the food they purchase, but they should always follow good hygiene practices to help reduce the risk of food poisoning. These practices include:

  • always carefully checking the advice on food packaging and following the cooking instructions provided
  • following instructions to thaw or defrost before cooking, if required
  • consuming or freezing food by its use-by date
  • washing hands after touching raw chicken products, and before handling ready-to-eat food
  • avoiding cross-contamination by cleaning any surface, plate or utensil that has been in contact with raw meat

Source: FSS, 16 October 2020

India – Over 50 fall sick after having ‘prasad’ in Odisha’s Kendrapara

New Indian Express

More than 50 people, including women and children, were taken ill after consuming food offered as ‘prasad’ in Odisha’s Kendrapara district, officials said on Monday.

All of them had the ‘prasad’ at a temple in Pinchapatia village under Krushnadaspur gram panchayat on Sunday night.

They complained of nausea, severe lower abdomen pain and high fever after consuming ‘bhog’ (flattened rice), yoghurt and banana, officials said.

Some of the sick persons have been hospitalised, a senior official said, adding, all of them are out of danger and recovering.

“It is case of food poisoning. The ‘bhog’ is suspected to have been prepared with contaminated yoghurt,” he said.