Health hazards: French goat cheese recalled for coli bacteria

Health hazards: French goat cheese recalled for coli bacteria

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Consumers should not consume affected cheese
French cheese maker Dubois Boulay has recalled two types of raw goat milk cheese from its range. The reason: The intestinal germ Escherichia coli was detected in samples of the brands “Grandivoux” and “Sein de Nounou”. The Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety therefore warns against eating the affected products.

Suspected contamination with E. Coli bacteria
The Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety is currently warning about the consumption of raw goat's milk cheese from the French manufacturer “Dubois-Boulay” (identifier: FR 18. 241.051CE). Accordingly, the two varieties "Sein de Nounou" and "Grandivou" could contain bacteria of the type "Escherichia coli". According to the information, the recall relates to batches with a best before date from June to September this year, which have also reached Germany via various sales channels.

Specifically, these are the following products:

“Grandevenux” with the batch numbers: PASC 0306, PASC 0706, PASC 1006, PASC 1305, PASC 1406, PASC 1706, PASC 2005, PASC 2106, PASC 2203, PASC 2705, PASC 2903 and PASC 3105.

“Sein de Nounou” with the batch numbers: PASCS 145, PASCS 148, PASCS 152, PASCS 155, PASCS 159, PASCS 162, PASCS 166, PASCS 169, PASCS 173 and PASCS 176.

If symptoms of illness appear, see a doctor immediately
Consumers who have bought one of the products are asked not to consume it and bring it back to the store where it was bought. According to the Consumer Protection Agency, people who have eaten a cheese with the batch numbers mentioned and who have typical symptoms of the disease should consult their doctor and report on the consumption of the product.

Escherichia coli bacteria (short: E. coli) - also called "coli bacteria" - E. coli bacteria can cause gastrointestinal disorders with watery diarrhea within a few days (2-7) after eating contaminated products, such as abdominal pain, fever , Nausea and vomiting can be accompanied. If the course of the disease is severe, painful abdominal cramps and bloody diarrhea are possible; in an emergency, the bacteria can even damage the kidneys and lead to kidney failure. (No)

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