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Munich – The manufacturer "Zimbo" has recalled an onion sausage. Salmonella may be present in the product. Concerned more precisely is the "Zimbo Spicy onion sausage 3x40g" with the best before date 03.02.2019 and the lot number L926012-14. The product was distributed throughout Germany. The affected sausage is sold, among others, at Rewe, Penny and Edeka.

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According to a press release from the company, microbial contamination with salmonella was detected in a sample of said product. If you bought the affected onion sausage, you should not consume it. Consumption could have dire consequences in the form of salmonella poisoning.

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Bell Germany has recalled "Zimbo Spicy Onion Meal Sausage 3x40g" with the best before date 03.02.2019 and the lot number L926012-14.

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They can return the packaging to the supermarket where they bought the product or send it to the following address: Bell Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG, Quality Management, Osterschepser Straße 40, 26188 Edewecht. The purchase price will be refunded.

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The page, which is operated by the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety, also informs about a Salmonella disease as follows: "Salmonella disease manifests itself within a few days after infection with diarrhea, abdominal pain and occasionally vomiting and mild fever. The complaints usually resolve themselves after several days. Infants, infants, the elderly, and people with weakened immune systems, in particular, can develop more severe illnesses. People who have eaten this food and develop severe or persistent symptoms should seek medical attention and alert them to salmonella infection. It makes no sense to go for preventive medical treatment without symptoms. "

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State Animal Welfare Label should better inform consumers when buying meat

A new state animal welfare label should provide consumers with better information about how the animals were kept when buying meat. As Minister of Agriculture Julia Klöckner (CDU) announced on Wednesday, the voluntary label should initially apply for pork and show, for example, that the animals in the stable had more space than required by law. Animal rights activists rejected the requirements as clearly too low.

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Specifically, a three-stage mark is provided to inform about the keeping conditions of the animals from birth to slaughter. To be allowed to advertise with the label on the packaging, the providers have Klöckner "compulsory and verifiable" higher animal welfare requirements.

It was not until January that the food retail trade with the Aldi, Edeka, Kaufland, Lidl, Netto, Penny and Rewe chains had their own animal husbandry label.

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