Supermarket Recalls stir fry products

Supermarket Recalls stir fry products

Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has announced recall of seven stir fry products over salmonella fears. Recall notices have been placed at all stores across the UK and customers who return the affected products could avail refund, the company said in a press statement.

The supermarket has warned shoppers to not consume the affected stir fry products listed below:

  • Sainsbury’s Oriental Style Vegetable Stir Fry, 300g. Use by date: up to and including February 13 2017. Item code: 6274397.
  • Sainsbury’s Oriental Style Vegetable Stir Fry, 300g. Use by date: up to and including February 13 2017. Item code: 6274397
  • Sainsbury’s Mushroom Stir Fry, 350g. Use by date: up to and including February 13 2017. Item code: 7282405
  • Sainsbury’s Beansprouts, 400g. Use by date: up to and including February 13 2017. Item code: 6369234
  • Sainsbury’s Mixed Pepper Stir Fry, 300g. Use by date: up to and including February 13 2017. Item code: 7282427
  • Sainsbury’s Basics Stir Fry, 700g. Use by date: up to and including February 13 2017. Item code: 856988
  • Sainsbury’s Hot & Spicy Stir Fry, 300g. Use by date: up to and including February 13 2017. Item code: 7671908
  • Sainsbury’s Sweet & Crunch Stir Fry, 600g. Use by date: 600g. Use by date: up to and including February 13 2017. Item code: 7671914

Salmonella can cause food poisoning, with symptoms ranging from diarrhoea to stomach cramps and sometimes vomiting and fever.  On average, it takes from 12 to 72 hours for the symptoms to develop after swallowing an infectious dose of salmonella.   The NHS says symptoms usually last for four to seven days and most people recover without treatment.  But if you do become seriously ill, you may need hospital care because the dehydration caused by the illness can be life-threatening.

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