Salmonella: Belgian Food Authority recalls Ferrero chocolate products

Affected by products manufactured at the Belgian factory Ferrero in Arlon in the province of Luxembourg. The product line seems to be affected here. Most salmonella-infected products have already been recalled, but some products may have been sold out prior to the recall.

This doesn’t necessarily pose an acute risk, FAVV reports, because not everyone who eats chocolate eggs contaminated with salmonella will become infected. However, people with weakened immune systems, young children, or pregnant women are more likely to get it.

Salmonella poisoning can be recognized by fever, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps. Then, on the advice of the Food Safety Authority, you should see a doctor. However, there are no known cases in Belgium that are 100% linked to infected products from Ferrero from Arlon.

So far, there have been only a few outbreaks of salmonella in Europe due to these Ferrero products, and only a few suspected cases in Belgium, according to FAVV in a statement. The FAVV said the investigation into finding the ingredient contaminated with salmonella was continuing. Dry products may have been processed under wet conditions.

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