Alnatura: Salmonella in Sesammus Tahin

Alnatura: Salmonella in Sesammus Tahin



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Alnatura calls Sesammus Tahin back for Salmonella
28.01.2015

A few days ago, it was announced that the organic trading company Alnatura was recalling its sesame (Tahin) because of possible salmonella infestation. Initially, only glasses with a certain best-before date had been taken out of sale. Now the recall has been extended to all batches.

All batches of "Alnatura Tahin Sesammus" recalled The organic trading company Alnatura is now recalling all batches of its product "Alnatura Tahin Sesammus" on suspicion of Salmonella. As the news agency dpa reports, last Thursday the company took the glasses with a best before date of May 9, 2016 as a precautionary measure from the sale and called them back after the pathogens had been found in a glass. On Tuesday, the company announced in Bickenbach in southern Hesse that after further investigations, it could not be ruled out that other batches would also be affected. Therefore, as a precaution, all batches would now be recalled, regardless of the best-before date.

Salmonella can cause health problems If customers still have glasses at home, they can bring them back. There is a replacement or money back. Sesame is usually used to refine dips and sauces, but is also used as a spread. Salmonella are bacteria that can cause various diseases in humans, especially in the gastrointestinal area. This can lead to symptoms such as abdominal pain, fever, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting after consumption. Such symptoms can occur especially in small children, immunocompromised people and seniors. A salmonella infection (salmonellosis) can lead to dehydration (dehydration) of the organism with additional health consequences due to vomiting diarrhea.

Manufacturers with years of experience Alnatura had already pointed out a few days ago that the manufacturer partner had years of experience in the manufacture of the product and that no salmonella findings had ever occurred before. It is still unclear how the bacteria could have got into the mus. Alnatura recalled cereal porridge for infants and young children at the end of last year because it could contain traces of the plant ingredient tropane alkaloid. It is an atropine-like active ingredient that can also be found in deadly cherries. (ad)

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