Warning, may contain parasite: Rewe and Edeka call back wild boar meat
The wild game processing plant Jagdhaus Rech, Markus Bitzen e. K. calls back several wild pig meat products, including offal. The products were sold including Rewe and Edeka.
The company announced that it could not be excluded that components of an not for Trichinella studied wild boar were processed. Trichinella are nematode worms that can cause human disease, Trichinellosis. The Transmission to humans occurs through the consumption of raw meat, which contains infection-viable muscle larvae.
From the recall of pork products, including offal, in the period between 23 affected wild. June and 1. July in the trade or sent were were. First, the recall Portal " reported;product warning.eu".
The product was Westphalia about the food retail sector (e.g., in branches of Rewe and Edeka) in the regions of Northern Rhineland-Palatinate, southern and Western state of North Rhine-as well as the online retailers.
At a glance:
- Wild pieces of meat, including offal, of Jagdhaus Rech pig
- Sale period: 23.06.2020 to 01.07.2020
- Sale via: Edeka, Rewe and online
The purchase price will be refunded
Customers can return the products to us without presentation of the receipts in your Rewe or Edeka branch, or at the company Jagdhaus Rech. The purchase price will be refunded. In addition, the company has set up a Hotline Under the phone number 02643 8484 (Monday to Saturday from 9.00 am to 13:00) and via e-mail [email protected] all consumer questions are answered.
The disease manifests itself according to the Robert Koch-Institute merzen first by digestive disorders and Bausch – you can end up in the worst case, fatal. In Germany, Trichinellosis is now a rare disease. From 2001 to 2011, the RKI, 63 cases were forwarded to.
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