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Tesco Issues Urgent Recall Chicken Salads After Campylobacter Discovery

If you have bought these, do not eat them.

13/07/2017 08:28 | Updated 13 July 2017

Tesco has urgently recalled two of its popular chicken salads after the discovery of a germ that causes fever, diarrhoea and cramps.

The supermarket said customers must not eat the products, a 160g Chicken Salad and a 315g Chicken, Broccoli, Almond and Cashew Nut Salad, both dated between 12/07/2017 and 13/07/2017.

The Food Standards Agency said the recall was taken due to the presence of the germ Campylobacter in the products.

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Tesco's 315g Chicken, Broccoli, Almond and Cashew Nut Salad has been recalled

“The usual symptoms caused by Campylobacter are fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps,” it said.

The agency added: “If you have bought any of the above products do not eat them. Instead, return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.”

Tesco said: “We have been made aware by our supplier that they have detected campylobacter in a small number of products. Tesco is recalling the affected products as a precaution.”

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