Call the urgent food: warning of the Amazon problem amid the risk of salmonella – this is the infected component
Those who have recently shopped on Amazon should check their cupboards as an urgent recall warning has been issued for a product on their site. Urgent recall warnings are something which should not be ignored and a chilli powder product may contain traces of salmonella. Those affected by salmonella infection can experience extreme symptoms similar to food poisoning. It is a food borne illness and sufferers may be left feeling or being sick and with stomach cramps or aching muscles.
The recall warning was issued by P & B Foods Ltd and they have recalled Heera Chilli Powder Extra Hot as salmonella was found in the product.
The affected products is in the pack size 6 x 1kg with the batch code of PB9446M/4.
These notices will explain why the product is being recalled and tell people what they can do if they have it.
Shoppers who have bought the chilli powder are being urged not to eat it.
Instead, they are encouraged to return it to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.
The product is also no longer available to buy on Amazon.
Although other products by the brand can be bought in many supermarkets, they are not known to be affected.