Italians in panic: the beloved salami is a counterfeit, do not buy it!



Italians take care! Consumers on the alert with a popular delicatessen product that could cause several problems

One of the most loved foods by Italians, or produced directly in our country, is certainly salami. There are many specialties of this type of food, sausages or processed meats

Italian charcuterie (Pixabay)

A tasty product, there is something for everyone. But beware: because the Ministry of Health has officially sent a recall for one of these delicatessen products that can be found in particular in a certain type of supermarket.

We are talking about cooked ham. Absolute excellence for all palates, typical in particular of certain gastronomic regions of Italy, but now common throughout the country and the rest of the world for retail production.

Cooked ham in danger: the notice from the Ministry arrives which alarms everyone

Just yesterday morning, the latest call from the Ministry of Health, always ready to issue opinions on the counterfeiting of foodstuffs, thus avoiding discomfort and problems for consumers.

The aforementioned recall relates specifically to a specific brand of cooked ham. It is a microbiological problem that seems to have infected many packaged products of this beloved and widely consumed salami. Type of cooked ham, very popular on the market (web source)

The brand is that of the high quality cooked ham of Sapori di Cascina. It is a food company that supplies Penny supermarkets in particular, therefore specific to a discount store that is now very widespread and supplied in all Italian regions.

The microbiological risk reported by the Ministry relates to the possibility that the food, during the packaging and production of the ham, may have come into contact with microorganisms and bacteria harmful to human health. To avoid any problems, these types of products will be removed.

A warning for all consumers: do not buy this brand of ham and do not consume it if you have already purchased it and have it in the pantry. Certain risks must be avoided.

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