Spain – Update of the information regarding the withdrawal of heat-treated meat products due to the presence of Listeria monocytogenes and lack of health guarantees


sausage affected by the alert

The Public Health Agency of Catalonia of the Department of Health of the Generalitat de Catalunya (ASPCAT) has notified the Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN) – through the State Food Alert Network ( SCIRI ) – of new information regarding the withdrawal of different meat products treated by the heat elaborated by the establishment EMBOTITS D’OIX, SL of Girona, by the presence of Listeria monocytogenes and lack of sanitary guarantees.

In the course of the investigations carried out, the ASPCAT has extended the product withdrawal to batch number 2115 , of the same products.

With the new information, the data of the products involved in this alert are as follows:

– Products withdrawn:

  • Egg sausage
  • White bull
  • Black sausage
  • Liver sausage
  • Sausage with parsley

– Trademark: D’OIX

– Lots involved: 2106 ; 2107 ; 2108 ; 2109 ; 2110 ; 2111 ; 2112 ; 2113 ; 2114 and 2115

– Identification mark: ES 10.04277 / GE (CE)

It also expands the information regarding its distribution, which has been in Catalonia and Spain (Aragon, Balearic Islands, Castilla-La Mancha, Valencia and Madrid).

ASPCAT is carrying out actions to verify the withdrawal of the product from the market, the investigation of the causes and the application of corrective measures in the manufacturing establishment, which has suspended its activity at the request of this Agency.

To date, no affected person has been detected in Catalonia.

As a precautionary measure, people are advised to have batches of the products listed above at home, refrain from consuming them and return them to points of sale.

In the case of having consumed these products from the affected batches and presenting any symptoms compatible with Listeriosis (vomiting, diarrhea and fever), it is recommended to go to a health center.

For more information on this disease, you can call CatSalut 24 hours a day (061).

In the event that new information on this withdrawal is available, ASPCAT will update this statement.

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