Salmonella scare forces recall for Aussie confectioner

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Aust Aria's Hod Hod Halva Shekari with Pistachio
Aust Aria's Hod Hod Halva Shekari with Pistachio
Aust Aria has issued a recall for a product it fears may be contaminated with salmonella.

It is recalling Hod Hod Halva Shekari with Pistachio in 400g with the best before date10/09/2014, which have been on sale in independent stores in New South Wales.

People with Salmonella develop a fever, diarrhea and abdominal cramps 12 to 72 hours after being infected.  Symptoms can last up to a week.

Aust Aria is a private company based in Sydney, Australia, which manufactures confectionery, cookies, buts and juices.

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