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Core Powerfoods Going Nuts and Seismic Chicken are among the frozen meals that are recalled in packs of both 310g and 350g. Return them where you purchased them for a refund

& # 39; Eat clean & # 39; ready-made meals loved by gym junkies issue ANOTHER recall after 15 people are affected by salmonella

  • CORE Powerfoods have issued a second recall message for their frozen meals
  • A recall was issued on October 19 after 15 were beaten with salmonella
  • The expiry dates of the products concerned have been updated in the recall
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Ready-made meals enjoyed by gym junkies were recalled for the second time this week after 15 people were affected by salmonella.

CORE Powerfoods recalled several of their frozen meals on Tuesday after giving a warning to Australians on October 19.

But on Tuesday the NSW Food authority updated the durability dates of the affected products and did the second recall.

Affected products have Best Before marks from 05/03/2020 to 4/10/2020.

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Core Powerfoods Going Nuts and Seismic Chicken are among the frozen meals that are recalled in packs of both 310g and 350g. Return them where you purchased them for a refund

Core Powerfoods Going Nuts and Seismic Chicken are among the frozen meals that are recalled in packs of both 310g and 350g. Return them where you purchased them for a refund

Customers have been warned not to eat the product for fear that meals may be contaminated with Salmonella Well-to-do and cause illnesses.

The Core Powerfoods products that are recalled are the 310 or 350 g varieties of: Going Nuts, Deep South Chilli, Muay Thai Meatballs, Holy Meatballs, Naked Chicken, Seismic Chicken, Old School and Smokey Mountain Meatballs.

In NSW alone, 10 people are affected by salmonella, making it the most affected state.

Customers are encouraged to return the products for a refund.

Dr. Fay Jenkins of SA Health said: “Although this particular type of salmonella is unusual, any form of salmonella carries serious health risks, and symptoms of infection can begin anywhere between six and 72 hours after exposure and three to seven days. & # 39;

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Spokesperson Jeremy McAnulty warned that people may need to be taken to the hospital to prevent dehydration due to severe salmonellosis.

Young babies, the elderly and people with a weakened immune system are most at risk, he said in a release on the NSW Health website.

& # 39; Salmonellosis symptoms include fever, headache, diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, "said Dr. McAnulty.

Core Powerfoods Muay Thai meatballs are part of the assortment because of the salmonella risk

Core Powerfoods Muay Thai meatballs are part of the assortment because of the salmonella risk

Core Powerfoods Muay Thai meatballs are part of the assortment because of the salmonella risk

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& # 39; Symptoms … usually last four to seven days, but can last much longer.

& # 39; It is important that people do not prepare food for others when they do not feel well in salmonellosis and as a precautionary measure for 48 hours after the symptoms have passed. & # 39;

Consult a doctor if you are concerned about your health.

For more information, contact CORE Powerfoods at 1300 133 728.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted CORE Powerfoods for comments.

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