The Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (Afsca) is recalling various Verstegen brand products on Friday, following a RASFF (Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed) notification concerning the possible presence of salmonella in different spices containing lemongrass.
Afsca asks not to consume these products and to bring them back to the point of sale where they were purchased.
Jumbo and Albert Heijn stores affected
These are Ground Lemongrass spices, Java blend for Nasi/Bami with ginger and lemongrass, Mix Satay, Mix Nasi/Bami goreng from the Verstegen brand sold until April 7.
These products were sold through the Jumbo and Albert Heijn stores.
For any additional information, consumers can contact the Afsca contact point for consumers: 0800/13.550 or [email protected]
Albert Heijn also recalled the platter meat “gourmetschotel“, sold until April 8, also containing possibly contaminated lemongrass.