Product recall: a salad recalled following the possible presence of a dangerous bacterium

The Afsca, in agreement with the Halal Food Market company, proceeded on Friday with the recall of a chicken salad of the LINAH brand. A bacterium could be there, which can cause serious infections.


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LThe Halal Food Market company, in agreement with the Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (Afsca), is recalling spicy chicken from the LINAH brand on Friday. This recall comes following a possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes.

These bacteria can cause listeriosis, a serious infection that can lead to sepsis or infection of the central nervous system. In pregnant women, the disease can cause abortion, premature delivery or significant neonatal infection.



The brand asks its customers not to consume this product and to return it to the point of sale where it was purchased. The refund will be made on site.

The products in question are 200g plastic trays of the LINAH brand entitled “Kip Spicy Chicken 200g”. They were on sale from 08/17/2022 to 08/18/2022 and their expiry date (DLC) is 09/19/2022. They have lot number 080822.

The product was sold in various points of sale in Belgium. It is now also withdrawn from sale. Consumers requiring additional information can call 0478/84.76.06 or write to info@europeanhf.com.


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