Holland & Barrett recalls powder for possible salmonella contamination
Holland & Barrett health and care store recalled a batch of Purasana Chlorella powders. Salmonella bacteria can occur in the bags sold.
The store reports this on its website. This concerns products with label number CB045I17 / 12, which can at least be kept until 30 December 2012.
Salmonella is a particular danger for young children, the elderly, pregnant women and people with a weakened immune system. An infection can cause diarrhea, abdominal pain and fever, which often disappear after about three days. It can also affect organs, bones and joints if it enters the bloodstream.
In exceptional cases, salmonella can be fatal if the patient dries out and kidney failure occurs, or if the patient becomes shocked by blood poisoning.
Customers who have purchased the product with the relevant number can return it to the store. They will then receive the purchase amount back. It is unclear how many bags have been sold.https://www.aasraw.com/products/nandrolone-phenylpropionate-powder