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Supermarket recalls salty snacks over salmonella concerns

The SUPERMARKET is recalling packages of shredded pork over concerns they could cause serious food poisoning.

Snack maker Snaffling Pig recommends that customers not eat its Perfectly Salted Pork Scratchings because they can be contaminated with salmonella.

Morrisons is stocking up on Snaffling Pig Scratches

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Morrisons is stocking up on Snaffling Pig Scratches

Salmonella can cause serious food poisoningwith symptoms including vomiting, diarrhea, stomach cramps, and fever.

Supermarkets including Tesco and Morrisons carry Snaffling Pig products, but it’s not clear which stores tainted scratched pork.

The affected lot is sold in 45g bags and has a best price by June 11, 2022.

No other items were affected by the contamination, says Snapling Pig.

Buyers should return the product to the store where they purchased it for a full refund.

You don’t need a receipt to get your money back.

“All Snaffling Pig products undergo rigorous quality and food safety testing as part of our manufacturing process,” the company said.

“We can confirm that no other Snaffling Products are affected by this recall and we would like to apologize to our customers for any inconvenience this has caused.”

If you need more information you can contact the manufacturer by emailing hunger@snafflingpig.co.uk or calling 020 3096 5200.

ONE Lot of scratched pork put at least a dozen people in the hospital with salmonella last August.

Hundreds of people have fallen ill after eating Mr Porky’s products and 12 people have been hospitalized.

Supermarket must recalled 18 pastry items last month after they become infected with bacteria.

Traces of salmonella bacteria were found in some of Lidl’s Christmas dishes in December, forcing the supermarket to Urgent recall request.

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JACLYN DIAZ

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