Goldfish crackers recalled due to Salmonella bacteria

Health

Goldfish brand crackers from Pepperidge Farm are being recalled due to possible contamination with Salmonella.

On its website, the company that owns the brand, Campbell’s, explains that it has been advised by a supplier that the lactorésum powder used to prepare the Goldfish Explosion of Extreme Cheddar flavors could be contaminated by the bacteria.

“Pepperidge Farm has launched an investigation and, as a precautionary measure, has decided to make a voluntary and preventative recall of one of the Goldfish cracker flavors in Canada,” reads a statement that says there are no cases has not been reported in connection with this recall.

Recalled products are Extreme Cheddar Goldfish sold in 180 gr format, with UPC code 14100 08406 and Best Before dates 20 / JAN / 19, 24 / JAN / 19, 31 / JAN / 19, 2 / FEB / 19, 11 / FEB / 19 and 18 / FEB / 19. Crackers were also sold in 69 gr format with UPC code 14100 23245 and the best before dates 25 / JAN / 19 and 26 / JAN / 19.

No other flavor of these crackers is included in the recall, the company said.

People in possession of the product are welcome to throw it away or return it to the store for a refund.

Salmonellosis can cause many symptoms, including fever, nausea, chills, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, and sudden headaches between 6 and 72 hours after exposure to Salmonella.

If the majority of people recover within four to seven days of onset, others, especially young children, pregnant women, the elderly, and those with weakened immune systems, may develop complications. long-term, see getting a deadly infection.

 

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