Aldi is recalling its Specially Selected Tikka King Prawns because Salmonella has been detected

29 December 2016

Ref: PRIN

Aldi is recalling its Specially Selected Tikka King Prawns, because the product contains Salmonella. Salmonella is a bacterium that can cause food poisoning. This update is being issued as Aldi have informed Food Standards Scotland today (30/12/2016) that there was an additional best before date within the original batch codes below which was not included in the initial information provided by the company.       

Risk: The presence of salmonella in the product(s) listed below. Symptoms caused by salmonella usually include fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps.

 

Product details:

Brand: Specially Selected Tikka King Prawns

Pack size: 200g

Batch code: 6K14 and 6K15

Best Before: 13 April 2018 & 14 April 2018

 

Action taken by the Company:   

Aldi is recalling the affected product from its customers. Point of sale notices have been displayed in stores, explaining to customers the reason for recall and the actions they can take if they have bought the affected product.  This product has been distributed to Aldi Stores in Scotland only. 

76/2016

 

No other Aldi products are known to be affected

Advice to consumers:

If you have bought any of the above product(s) do not eat it. Instead, return it to the nearest store for a full refund

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