Category Archives: food recall

USA – Is Salmonella Oranienburg Outbreak Connected to Onions or Limes?

Food Poisoning Bulletin

The rapidly expanding Salmonella Oranienburg outbreak has not yet been definitively solved by the FDA or CDC, but there are clues in the latest investigation information. On Friday, September 24, 2021, the CDC said that they found the outbreak strain in a takeout condiment cup that contained cilantro, onion, and lime. Is the Salmonella Oranienburg outbreak connected to onions or lime?

Belgium – Aldi – Mill XXL Sea salt with herbs and Mediterranean sea salt – Salmonella


Recall of Aldi
Products: Mill XXL Sea salt with herbs and Mediterranean sea salt.
Problem: Possible presence of salmonella.


Denomination: Moulin XXL Herb sea salt (seasoned salt)
EAN code: 270 1686 2
Brand: Portland
Type of packaging: mill
Expiration dates: 07/2024
Batch codes: 125350
Points of sale: ALDI

Denomination: Mediterranean sea salt – with herbs
EAN code: 27055939
Brand: Grill time!
Type of packaging: glass mill
Expiration dates: 05/2024
Batch codes: 124351
Points of sale: ALDI


Possible presence of salmonella in the ingredient basil.

ALDI has therefore decided, in consultation with the AFSCA, to withdraw this product from the market and to recall it to consumers.

Other ALDI products are not affected by this product recall.


Possible symptoms of salmonella poisoning are fever, abdominal cramps and diarrhea within 12 to 48 hours of consuming the contaminated food. The risk of infection is higher in the elderly, children, pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems.

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.


Please do not consume these products and bring them back to the store.
The returned products will be reimbursed (also without sales receipt).
For any further information, you can contact ALDI via .

Singapore – Prohibition of the distribution and sale of food prepared by The Peachy Sugarmaker Pte Ltd lifted after meeting required standards

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Sweden – Salmonella Outbreak (Sweden, August 2021-)



As of August 28, 31 people have been confirmed infected with Salmonella Coeln. Whole genome sequencing (analysis of the bacterium’s genome) has shown that the disease cases carry the same strain of Salmonella Coeln and are thus suspected of having been infected by a common source of infection. The cases, which are aged 0-85 years (median = 28 years), are resident in twelve different regions in Sweden and 18 (58 percent) of the patients are men. Affected infection control units, municipalities and County Administrative Boards, together with the National Food Administration and the Swedish Public Health Agency, are investigating the outbreak to identify the source of infection that is suspected to be a food with a wide distribution in Sweden.

Figure. Disease curve for outbreak cases with Salmonella Coeln (n = 31), 2021-09-24. For cases marked in purple, information on the date of illness is missing and instead the sampling date has been specified.

The bar graph shows that 0-6 people fell ill or were sampled per day between 28 August and 14 September

Sweden – KalasMat recalls portion dish Pokébowl-Chicken due to Listeria monocytogenes



The party food in Luleå recalls the portion dish Pokébowl – Chicken (art no. 3532) with the best before date 28-09-21.

The reason is that 1 in 5 subtests have detected Listeria Monocytogenes.
After consultation with the National Food Administration, we have decided to withdraw the above batch as security.

France – Rosary Soubressade – Listeria monocytogenes

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Identifying information for the recalled product

  • Product category Food
  • Product sub-category Others
  • Product brand name Crisol
  • Names of models or references Soubressade
  • Product identification
    Lot Dated
    2121476014952 Use-by date 04/17/2022
  • Start date / End of marketing Since 09/13/2021
  • Storage temperature Product to be stored in the refrigerator
  • Health mark ES 10.10.371 / PM CE
  • Geographical sales area Whole France
  • Distributors All

Practical information regarding the recall

  • Reason for recall Presence of listeria danger.
  • Risks incurred by the consumer Listeria monocytogenes (causative agent of listeriosis)

Denmark – Gas evolution in tomato ketchup – Lactic Acid Bacteria


Scandic Food A / S is recalling REMA1000 Tomato Ketchup, as a few bottles have been found with growth of lactic acid bacteria, which cause gas evolution.

Recalled Foods , Published: September 27, 2021

What foods:
REMA1000 Tomato ketchup
Net content: 1,000 grams
Best before date: 03/25/2022

Sold in:

Company withdraws:
Scandic Food A / S

The company has found gas development in some of the products. Gas evolution is due to unwanted growth of lactic acid bacteria.

The unwanted growth of lactic acid bacteria and gas evolution make the product unfit for human consumption.

Advice for consumers: The Danish
Veterinary and Food Administration advises consumers to deliver the product back to the store where it was purchased or to discard it.

Canada – Notice not to consume sliced ​​smoked ham manufactured and sold by the Boucherie de la Ferme de Ladurantaye – Listeria monocytogenes


QUEBEC, Sept. 24, 2021 / CNW Telbec / – The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ), in collaboration with the Boucherie de la Ferme de Ladurantaye, located at 858, chemin des Pionniers Ouest, in Cap-Saint-Ignace , advise the population not to consume the product indicated in the table below, as this food is likely to contain the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes.

Product name


Targeted lot


Variable weight (± 200g)

Units marked:

 “Packaged on September 13”

“Packaged on Sept. 14”

or “packaged Sept. 15”

The product that is the subject of this warning was offered for sale until September 23, 2021, at the butcher’s shop on the Farm and in a few establishments in the Chaudière-Appalaches region. The product was packaged in clear plastic packaging with a red and white background. It was offered chilled. The product label includes, in addition to its name, the mention “Ferme de Ladurantaye”.

The operator is voluntarily recalling the product in question. He agreed with MAPAQ to disseminate this warning as a precautionary measure. In addition, people who have this product in their possession are advised not to consume it. They must return it to the establishment where they bought it or throw it away. Even if the affected product does not show any signs of spoilage or a suspicious odor, the consumption of food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes bacteriacan cause listeriosis, a foodborne illness that can lead to high fever, severe headache, stiff neck or nausea. In this regard, pregnant women and their unborn children, the elderly, children and people with weakened immune systems are considered to be the most vulnerable. It should be noted that no case of illness associated with the consumption of this food has been reported to MAPAQ so far.

Sliced ​​smoked ham - pork (CNW Group / Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food) 

Risk  classification : class 1

Reference number:  4411

Media relations
Department Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries
and Food
Tel. : 418 380-2100, extension 3512

USA – Famous Anthony’s Hepatitis A Outbreak Sickens 10 in Roanoke, VA

Food Poisoning Bulletin

A potential Famous Anthony’s hepatitis A outbreak in Roanoke, Virginia has sickened at least 10 people, according to news reports and the Roanoke City and Alleghany Health Districts. An employee who tested positive for the virus worked while infectious at three Famous Anthony’s restaurants that are located on Grandin Road, Williamson Road, and Crystal Spring Avenue in that city. All ten patients were hospitalized. Officials think the case count will increase.

The employee worked there between August 10 and August 26, 2021. That means that it is too late for anyone who was exposed there during that time frame to get the hepatitis A or immune globulin vaccine. The vaccine is only effective if given within two weeks of exposure.

Italy – Porchetta di Ariccia PGI – Listeria monocytogenes



Name : Porchetta di Ariccia PGI

Reason for reporting : Recall due to microbiological risk

Publication date : 24 September 2021

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