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Tesco Urgently Recall Chicken Salads After Germs Causing Fever & Diarrhoea Have Contaminated Them

By Ciara1 on July 13, 2017


The supermarket has issued an urgent warning asking customers to return two of their packaged chicken salads after campylobacter was found in them.

Tesco, one of the most popular supermarkets across the UK, has now issued an urgent warning about two of their products.


Campylobacter was found in two of their chicken salads, a bacteria that causes fever, vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach pains.

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The Food Standards Agency released a statement, “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.”

Customers that have bought the packaged salads are urged not to eat them and instead return them to the Tesco stores.

The Tesco Chicken Salad 160g or Tesco Chicken, Broccoli, Almond & Cashew Nuts Salad 315g both need to be returned to the store as quickly as possible.

Tesco has removed two chicken products from shelves over food poisoning fears

The supermarket is going to offer a full refund on any salads brought back to the store.

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The company have since apologised for any inconvenience caused.

You can contact Customer Services directly on 0800 505 555 if you have any queries or issues regarding this mistake.

Symptoms from the campylobacter bacteria tend to appear around 2-5 days after eating the contaminated food and usually last for less than a week.