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Recall from the Kaufpark and Rewemarkt: Diarrhea caused by this cheese with coli bacteria

Recall from the Kaufpark and Rewemarkt: Diarrhea caused by this cheese with coli bacteria


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Recall from Rewe: E. coli germs discovered in raw milk cheese

The manufacturer "Ferme Chapuis, 43120 Bas-En-Basset, France" is recalling the raw milk cheese "Perle de Compostelle". According to company information, verotoxin-forming E. coli bacteria were found in the cheese. These germs can lead to health problems such as diarrhea.

Recall of the raw milk cheese "Perle de Compostelle"

The manufacturer "Ferme Chapuis, 43120 Bas-En-Basset, France" has started a recall of the raw milk cheese "Perle de Compostelle" with the best before date: November 16, 2018 and the identity code: FR 43.020.002 CE. According to a report from the internet portal "produktwarnung.eu", the company announced that verotoxin-producing E. coli bacteria had been found during a product investigation.

Consult a doctor if symptoms occur

According to the information, the cheese was sold in branches of Rewe Dortmund and Kaufpark in North Rhine-Westphalia.

"Consumers who bought this product are asked not to consume it and to return it to the shop," says a message from the manufacturer.

According to health experts, within a week of consuming contaminated products, the bacteria can cause diarrhea (sometimes bloody diarrhea), abdominal pain, and vomiting, with or without a fever.

"Severe kidney complications, especially in children, are possible," says the manufacturer.

Consumers who have consumed the product mentioned and who suffer from the symptoms described are asked to consult a doctor immediately and to advise them of the consumption of the product. (ad)

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