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Diarrhea risk: Current cheese recall started due to coli bacteria that are harmful to health

Diarrhea risk: Current cheese recall started due to coli bacteria that are harmful to health


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Recall: Pathogenic coli bacteria found in soft cheese

The Lower Saxony company Ruwisch & Zuck - Die Käsespezialisten GmbH & Co. KG has started a recall for a French raw milk soft cheese. Harmful coli bacteria have been detected in the product. Lidl is also recalling a cheese due to dangerous diarrhea.

Harmful bacteria in raw milk cheese

The company Ruwisch & Zuck - Die Käsespezialisten GmbH & Co. KG from Hanover (Lower Saxony) calls back a French raw milk soft cheese after the detection of harmful coli bacteria. It is the product Neufchatel AOP Artisan au lait cru from the manufacturer ANSELIN. The recall affects the cheese in the 200-gram pack with the best-before date on March 31, 2019 and the identity code FR 76 567 002 CE.

Do not consume the affected cheese

As reported by the Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety on its portal "Lebensmittelwarnung.de", "E. coli (STEC, syn. VTEC) producing shiga toxin was detected in the product concerned".

According to a customer notice, this bacterium can cause serious illnesses "for all people who consume this product raw".

The company therefore asks not to "consume these products and to bring them back to the point of sale where they were purchased."

If symptoms occur, consult a doctor

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

"These symptoms can (5-8% of cases) cause severe kidney complications, especially in children," says the customer notice.

Consumers who have consumed the product mentioned and who suffer from the symptoms described, "should see their doctor immediately with the information about where and when the product in question was bought," the company said. (ad)

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