Listeriosis: these are the foods that it is not recommended to consume Health: Andalusian pork rinds, loin with Jerez and loin with paprika

The Ministry of Health has advised to those who have in their domicile some container with other products of the brand 'The wick', the origin of the outbreak of listeriosis which affects Andalusia above all, that they refrain from consuming it and that, if they have done so and present any symptoms, they go to the doctor.

The products are as follows:


The Andalusian pork rind

Lomo al Jerez

Loin with paprika

Homemade loin with paprika

All of them have been distributed in Andalusia and Madrid, except the third, the loin with paprika, which has been only in the Andalusian community.

This is a precaution against this listeriosis outbreak, which is still on the rise: at least they are 150 confirmed cases -the majority in Andalusia-, after consuming the contaminated meat, but there are another 500 that are being studied.

Therefore, the Spanish Agency for Consumer Affairs, Food Safety and Nutrition (Aesan), under the Ministry of Health, makes this recommendation in the latest update on the situation of the outbreak that refers to the products of the brand 'La Mechá' on the that the health authorities of the Board extend the alert.


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This information has been transferred by the Asean to all the autonomous communities and that of Madrid has been informed of the distribution made in its territory to proceed with its withdrawal.

Health highlights the possibility of "cross contamination"to other foods and therefore calls for extreme handling care, especially in the event that contact has been made with the aforementioned products.

Public Health explains that listeriosis is an infectious disease whose main route of transmission is food, due to contamination of processed foods in which there had been some alteration in production, such as inadequate heat treatment, a failure in the cold chain, or packaging and / or transport defects.

The Directorate General adds that in most cases it is a mild infection and that it often "goes unnoticed by the healthy population."

The most serious forms (sepsis and meningitis), affect pluripatological and immunocompromised patients, which determines that on some occasions, in recent years, there has been some death in patients with this disease.