Belgium – “Baguette Rosette” and “Bun Rosette” (salami) sandwiches – Salmonella

AFSCA

Recall of the Nonna company
Product: “Baguette Rosette” and “Bun Rosette” (salami) sandwiches.
Problem: presence of Salmonella.


In agreement with the AFSCA, Nonna withdraws two sandwiches filled with Rosette (salami):
“Baguette Rosette” and “Bun Rosette” because of the possible presence of Salmonella.
The sandwiches are individually wrapped.

ROSETTE BAGUETTE

EAN: 05425016577011
LOT and expiry date (DLC):
– lot 240311: 20/11/20
– lot 240670: 21/11/20

EAN: 05425016577080
LOT and expiry date (DLC):
– lot 240319: 11/21/20
– lot 240676: 11/22/20

Weight 240g

BUN ROSETTE

EAN: 05425016577578
LOT and expiry date (DLC):
– lot 240334: 20/11/20
– lot 240684: 21/11/20

EAN: 05425016577608
LOT and expiry date (DLC):
– lot 240686: 11/22/20

Weight 105g

The products are likely to have been sold between 11/16/2020 and 11/17/2020. Consumers who have not yet consumed the affected sandwiches can return it to the store where they were purchased.

The products were sold in Belgium through various points of sale.

Nonna has been informed by her supplier that there is a possible presence of Salmonella . Possible symptoms of salmonella poisoning are: fever, abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea and sometimes vomiting.

People who have consumed these products and who present this type of symptoms are invited to consult their doctor without delay, notifying him of this consumption.

The Nonna company is located rue des Résistants N ° 22, 5030 Gembloux. Do not hesitate to call 081/600 803 for more information or an answer to your questions.

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