New Zealand latest country part of Salmonella tahini outbreak – Salmonella Kintambo

Food Safety News

Tahini from Syria has been linked to a trio of illnesses in New Zealand with recalls continuing across Europe.

The three patients have been infected with Salmonella Kintambo. Patients have previously been reported in the United States, Canada and across Europe as part of a wider outbreak.

In late July in New Zealand, Middle East recalled specific batches of Algota brand Sesame Tahini due to the possible presence of Salmonella.

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