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The Teaflower Shuster market stall on Munich’s Viktualienmarkt is recalling the “Teaflower Devil’s Claw Ground” product due to an existing health risk. Salmonella has been found in tea. (Image: DN6 / stock.adobe.com)

Recall of tea due to salmonella

The Shuster stand of the tea flower market on the Viktualienmarkt in Munich has launched a recall for the product “The land of the devil’s claws of the tea flower”. According to the company, salmonella has been found in tea. These bacteria can affect your health.

According to a current press release, the Teaflower Market Shuster booth at Munich’s Viktualienmarkt (booth 35/36) recalls the product “Teaflower devil’s claw” due to an existing health risk.

The purchase price will be refunded

According to the message published by the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) on its portal “foodwarnung.de”, the article “Teaflower devil’s claw ground” with a filling amount of 200 grams and all the expiration dates (expiration dates) is in the reminder Period from February 22 to July 22 inclusive. “The article found salmonella,” the press release said. Customers who have purchased the item in question may return it to their stores for reimbursement of the purchase price without showing the receipt.

Bacteria can cause salmonellosis

As the BVL explains on its website, salmonella are bacteria whose metabolic products can trigger acute intestinal inflammation, called salmonellosis, in humans. The disease manifests itself a few days after infection with diarrhea, abdominal pain and sometimes vomiting and a slight fever. Symptoms usually go away on their own after several days.

If necessary, consult a doctor

Infants, toddlers, the elderly, and people with weakened immune systems in particular can develop more serious illness. People who have consumed this food and develop severe or persistent symptoms should see a doctor and advise them of a possible Salmonella infection. However, it doesn’t make sense to seek preventative medical treatment without symptoms. (a d)

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