Nordfjord Kjøtt recalls ground beef sold in Rema 1000 stores due to salmonella fears

Ground beefPhoto: NORDFJORDKJØTT / NTB
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Nordfjord Kjøtt is withdrawing ground beef from both its own brand and the Prima brand due to suspicion of salmonella in a batch of Norwegian beef.

The ground beef may contain raw materials from a batch of Norwegian beef where salmonella is suspected.

So far this year, several meat products have been removed from store shelves due to salmonella outbreaks, but so far, only imported meat from Germany was considered to be problematic.

For both products, which are sold in Rema 1000 stores, packages with the recommended latest consumption date of April 26, 2021, will be withdrawn.

The products have been sold in all Rema 1000 stores, except in Troms and Finnmark, Oslo, Viken, Innlandet, and Vestfold and Telemark counties.

Consumers are asked to discard or return the product to the store in which it was purchased for a refund.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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