Colruyt Recalls Chicken Salsa From The Butchers Department
During microbiological analyses at the Colruyt Group laboratory the presence of listeria monocytogenes was found in the chicken Salsa. It is sold in the self-service counters of the butcher's department in Colruyt stores in Belgium. Consequently Colruyt decided in consultation with the FASFC (Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain) to remove this product from the shelves and to recall it from the consumers. Product description:Available at Colruyt in BelgiumChicken Salsa 150 gColruyt article number: 16906Sold from 4/5 to 9/5/2017.Use by: 30/5/2017. Weight: 150 gPackaging: salad punnetsManufacturer: Colruyt Group Fine Food Meat Bilkensveld 3 1500 HalleInformation for the consumer:Colruyt asks its customers not to consume this product and to bring it back to the store. The product will be refunded. In the meantime the product has been removed from the shelves.Possible symptoms of listeria infectionPossible symptoms of infection by listeria are nausea and vomiting stomach cramps diarrhoea or constipation headache and persisting fever (flu feeling). The symptoms usually occur 2 to 30 days after ingestion of listeria monocytogenes. These symptoms can lead to listeriosis a serious illness with an incubation period up to 8 weeks. Pregnant women people with reduced immunity young children and elderly people must be extra attentive for these symptoms.Customers who have eaten this chicken salsa and show the symptoms are advised to consult their family doctor and tell him they have eaten this product. For more information customers can call 02 345 2345.Contact: Hanne PoppePress officer Colruyt GroupTel: 0473 92 45 10"""