Don’t drink it: Warning for the presence of salmonella in Lidl’s chicken-turkey burgers

Photo of batch of chicken-turkey burgers affected by salmonella.

Aesan asked users who bought this minced meat to stop eating it

Paul Rodriguez

The Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition has warned of the presence of salmonella in Lidl’s minced chicken (Burguer Meat de Pollo-Turkey). The batch affected by this virus is 3369 and its expiration date is 06.03.22.

Although there are currently no cases related to this warning, Aesan recommends that anyone who has purchased this product should not consume it and return it to the store where it was purchased. will.

If you have eaten one of the chicken-turkey burgers from this group and exhibit any of the symptoms consistent with salmonellosis, such as diarrhea, vomiting, fever and headache, you should to the medical center.

Salmonellosis is one of the most common diseases. It is spread by consuming contaminated water or food. It is spread mostly fecal-oral from one person to another, so it is recommended to be careful, especially in the hands when handling food.

Raw or undercooked eggs and meat, especially chicken, milk and other dairy products, are the foods that are most likely to cause this disease. Also water and raw fruits or vegetables.

To avoid salmonellosis, it is recommended to eat very well. At least 70 degrees for two minutes, as well as wash your hands with soap and hot water before and after handling food and clean brushes and materials used for its preparation, among others advice.

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