Denmark – Insufficient heat treatment of ready-to-eat chicken tenderloin – possible bacterial contamination


HKScan Denmark A/S is recalling ROSE Stegt Barbecue Tenderloin, as there is a risk that the product has not been heat-treated sufficiently and may therefore contain disease-causing bacteria. The product should be returned to the store where it was purchased or discarded.

Updated on 23/05/2023 with new points of sale.

Recalled foods , Published: May 23, 2023

Modified 23 May 2023

​​​​​​​Which product:

ROSE Stegt Barbecue Tenderloin ( see a picture of the product here )
Net content : 150g
Last date of use: 25.05.2023
EAN barcode number: 5760725234450

Sold in: Kvickly, SuperBrugsen, Dagli’Brugsen, 3654discount, Irma, Meny, Spar, Min Købmand, Let – Buy and Løvbjerg throughout the country as well as on Wolt and

​Why is the product being recalled:

There is a risk that the product has not been sufficiently heat treated at the manufacturer. When the product has not been properly heated through, there may be bacteria that have not been killed and that can make consumers sick if they eat the product straight from the package.

What should you do as a consumer:

​The Danish Food Agency advises consumers to return the product to the store where it was purchased, or discard it.

If you have questions about illness or symptoms, you must contact your own doctor.

​Who is recalling the product:

​HKScan Denmark A/S
Tværmosevej 10
7830 Vinderup

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