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Warning dangerous germs: recall campaign for raw milk cheese

Warning dangerous germs: recall campaign for raw milk cheese



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Coli bacteria: recall campaign for French raw milk cheese started
The French cheese maker "Fromagerie Gillot SAS" has started a recall for its raw milk cheese "Coulommiers au lait cru". Dangerous coli bacteria had been detected in the product. Among other things, the germs can cause severe gastrointestinal complaints.

Coli bacteria found in raw milk cheese
The "Fromagerie Gillot SAS" company from Saint-Hilaire-de-Brioze in France has launched a recall campaign for one of its products. As the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety writes on its portal "Lebensmittelwarnung.de", it is about the cheese "Coulommiers au lait cru" in the 350g package with the best before date June 8th, 2017. Toxin-producing Escherichia coli have been detected in this product.

Do not consume affected goods
The goods had expired at the time of the notification. "However, it cannot be ruled out that goods that have not yet been consumed are available for consumption by the consumer," says the report.

Further data on the product: EAN / GTIN: 3267031097400, Identifier: FR 61402001 CE, Sales period: Since the beginning of May in the market, Distributor: Ruwisch & Zuck - Die Käsespezialisten GmbH & Co.KG.

Consumers who have purchased this product are asked not to consume it and dispose of the food themselves or return it to the grocery store.

If symptoms of illness appear, see a doctor immediately
Escherichia coli bacteria (E. coli for short) - also called "coli bacteria" - can cause gastrointestinal disorders with watery diarrhea within one week after consumption of contaminated products, which can be accompanied by abdominal pain, fever, nausea and vomiting.

Infants, pregnant women, the elderly and people with weakened immune systems are particularly at risk.

"Consumers who have consumed the above product and are suffering from the symptoms described are asked to consult their doctor immediately and to advise them about the consumption of the product as well as the place of purchase and the date," the message said. (ad)

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