Wolf GmbH from Schmölln, Thuringia, has launched a nationwide recall for a sausage. The reason for this measure: The product is contaminated with a pathogen. It is better to avoid consuming the product.
The Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) reports on its portal “www.lebensmittelwarning.de” about a current recall for a sausage from the food manufacturer Wolf GmbH, Schmölln (Thuringia).
According to the information, Wolf GmbH is recalling the article Wolf – our fresh pack “Poultry Ham Pate 100g” with the batch number L938421 and the use-by date January 10, 2024, in the spirit of preventive consumer protection.
A microbiological test revealed a low level of Listeria monocytogenes (Listeria) quantitatively less than 10.
Consuming the sausage from the specified product batch is not recommended.
The products affected by the recall can be returned to the relevant points of sale. The purchase price will be refunded, even without presenting the receipt. Other products from this food manufacturer are not affected by the recall.
If you have any questions, customers can reach Wolf on 09431 3840 or at the email address [email protected]. The company regrets the inconvenience caused.
If necessary, seek medical attention
Listeria disease manifests itself within a few days to a few weeks after infection with symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea as well as general flu-like symptoms such as fever, body aches and muscle pain.
People who develop severe or persistent symptoms and have eaten this food should seek medical attention and report a possible listeria infection. (ad)