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Salmonella found in LIDL product

Salmonella has been found in samples of a meat product sold by the LIDL supermarket chain, the island’s health services announced on Friday.

The bacteria was discovered by the company itself in samples of Turkey and Bay Corn Skewers, the announcement said.

The product’s commercial names is Glenfell and it is sold in 500-gram packaging, batch number CH 26896, use by date 23/3/2014.

The producer is Heidemark Masterkreis GmbH/ Co. KG in Germany.

Announcements have been put up at all LIDL outlets and the company’s website, with instructions on how to deal with the problem.

Customers are asked to return the product to the stores it was purchased.

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