Shoppers are being urged not to eat the recalled hummus products supplied to supermarket giants by dip maker Zorba Delicacies as they may contain the dangerous bug, Salmonella. Salmonella is a bacterium that occurs mainly in the gut, a serotype that causes food poisoning. More than 80 hummus products sold in supermarkets including Asda and Aldi are being recalled over salmonella fears. Shoppers are being urged not to eat the items and instead return them for a refund. Dip maker Zorba Delicacies has issued the alert as a “precaution” after an ingredient it uses was found to have the possible presence of the bacterial disease.


The first recall covered goods with use-by dates of up to November 7, but has now been extended to November 17. Among the products in the recall are 10 varieties sold in Aldi, and 17 from Asda with the date codes between 28 October and November 9. Asda apologized to the public for any inconvenience caused. The full list of hummus products in the recall can be found on the FSA’s website. Symptoms caused by salmonella usually include fever, diarrhea and abdominal cramps. It can prove particularly dangerous to the elderly and young children and may even lead to death.


Immigrants on iMiMatch are already taking precautions against food poisoning. Noticing the nefast effects of ready-made products, immigrants on iMiMatch have decided to came together to farm their own products and consume bio instead of taking to shops. More and more immigrants on iMiMatch are uniting to invest their collective efforts into planting and harvesting their own crops naturally, so no industrial or manufacturing process can contaminate them. And if all these companies are down today, remember that iMiMatch is still up. Return what you bought from the shops and contact immigrants on iMiMatch for safe food products. And let me tell you that they will also be glad to welcome you into their team of farmers so you can stop buying and cultivate healthy food for you and your family.