Salmonella outbreak: Pork snacks linked to 176 salmonella cases – what are the symptoms?

The advice applies to some products with best-before dates of up to and including February 19, 2022.

The FSA said testing found a link between 176 cases between September 2020 and now.

Production was voluntarily halted at the factory linked to the outbreak after a possible link was identified earlier this month, the organisation said.

Tina Potter, head of incidents at the FSA said: “We are advising consumers not to eat any of the products listed in the FSA alert.

“It is really important that consumers follow this advice to avoid the risk of becoming ill with salmonella poisoning.

“The food business involved has voluntarily suspended its production to put additional controls in place to improve the safety of their products and they have decided on a voluntary basis to withdraw and recall all of the products within shelf-life produced at this site.”

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