Spice recall: Salmonella in different spice mixtures

Spice recall: Salmonella in different spice mixtures

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Recall: Salmonella in coriander spices

The company Biller Naturmittel from Schnaittenbach in Bavaria has started a recall for spice blends with coriander. According to the company, the supplier informed them that Salmonella was found in the Coriander supplied. These bacteria can cause gastrointestinal complaints.

The company Biller Naturmittel from Schnaittenbach (Bavaria) provides information on its website about the recall of ground coriander and various spice mixtures containing this coriander.

Salmonella in ground coriander

"We were informed by our supplier that ground salmonella was found in the Coriander delivered to us," says the company's letter.

The following articles are affected due to the coriander used:

  • Ground coriander, lot no. 1219
  • Dipp Cafe de Paris, lot no. 1219
  • Gingerbread spice, lot no. 1219
  • Green curry, lot no. 1219
  • Ground bread spice, lot no. 1219
  • Game spice ground, lot no. 1219

"Please return these items to us. We will of course replace them for you, ”the company wrote.

Health complaints in the gastrointestinal area

Salmonella are bacteria that can cause Salmonellosis in humans. According to the Lower Saxony State Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (LAVES), the first symptoms of salmonellosis appear after 12 to 36 hours, such as severe diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal and headache and general malaise.

In addition, there is usually a slight fever. Bloody diarrhea and high fever can also occur with severe illnesses.

“Children under the age of ten are particularly affected. Clinical diseases are becoming increasingly common, especially in infants and young children. Older people who have reduced defense are also at risk, ”explains LAVES.

Anyone who has possibly consumed food contaminated with Salmonella and develops severe or persistent symptoms should seek medical help and point out a possible Salmonella infection. However, it does not make sense to seek medical treatment without symptoms. (ad)

Author and source information

This text corresponds to the specifications of the medical literature, medical guidelines and current studies and has been checked by medical doctors.

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