Janes Chicken Burgers can have salmonella contamination

Janes Chicken Burgers can have salmonella contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency decided to remove Janes Chicken Burgers from the market.

The reason for this decision was the suspicion that frozen chicken cutlets may be infected with Salmonella. The conducted studies have linked these burgers to 25 cases of illness in nine Canadian provinces.

It also became known that two people were taken to hospital but the death was not recorded yet.  However, there is no direct link between eating burgers and becoming ill.

At the moment, CFIA is asking to return the products to the place of sale or simply to throw them away in order to avoid the possibility of getting the disease.

If you notice any symptoms of the disease, do not hesitate and consult a doctor. Only in this case, you will be able to get well as soon as possible. 

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