UK: Some helva products found to be contaminated with salmonella
The Food Standards Agency is advising consumers to avoid batches of certain specific helva products following tests that have found them to be contaminated with the food bug salmonella. Helva, also known as halva, is a middle eastern/ mediterranean sweet confectionery made of crushed sesame seeds and syrup and comes in various flavours. It is sold in tubs and blocks.
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