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Recall: Listeria detected in sausage

The manufacturer Hans Adler OHG Bonndorf in the Black Forest (Baden-Württemberg) has launched a recall for the product “Dulano Delikatess Lyoner, cut into strips, 2 x 200g”. According to the company, Listeria was found in the sausage. The product was sold at Lidl.

Manufacturer Hans Adler OHG has launched a recall for a sausage sold at Lidl. Listeria had been detected in the product. (Image: mitifoto / stock.adobe.com)

Manufacturer Hans Adler OHG from Bonndorf in the Black Forest in Baden-Württemberg currently calls the product “Dulano Delikatess Lyoner, cut into strips, 2 x 200g” with the expiration date (BBD): 23 September 2020, batch number: 230920LYG M: 2,246, with the packing period from 08:40:00 to 13:00:00 and the identification number: DE EV 143 EG. According to customer information, Listeria monocytogenes has been detected in the affected product.

Sold in four federal states

According to customer information published by the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) on its portal “foodwarnung.de”, the sausage affected by the recall was
at Lidl Germany sold only in the Länder of Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland.

According to the information, the product can be returned to any Lidl branch. The purchase price will be refunded even without presentation of the receipt.

Do not consume the product

Listeriosis are bacteria that can cause “listeriosis” disease. In healthy adults, the infection is usually mild or has a harmless course with flu-like symptoms such as fever and muscle pain or vomiting and diarrhea, explains the Bavarian State Office for Health and Food Safety. (LGL).

However, certain groups of people such as pregnant women, the elderly, young children, and people with weakened immune systems can develop serious illness with blood poisoning and meningitis.

Due to this health risk, customers should pay attention to the recall, despite the expired expiration date (23.09.20), and not consume the affected product. (a d)

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