Lidl calls back a soft cheese.
It is the second recall of this type within a few days.
Again dangerous bacteria were found - and again it is the same manufacturer.
Lidl is already calling back the second
within a few days.
After it became known that a
goat's cheese was
contaminated with bacteria, a brie is now also affected.
manufacturer of the cheese products
is the same.
Laupheim - Again it is the
food discounter Lidl
And again it is the manufacturer
who has found dangerous bacterial
in its cheese.
Bacteria, so-called “Listeria monocytogenes”, have
already been found in the
“goat cheese roll creamy”
of the “Meine Käserei” brand, which not only cause severe stomach and intestinal diseases, but
brain or brain
and people with a weakened immune system
The bacteria can be particularly dangerous for pregnant women, as in the worst case they can cause premature births or miscarriages.
Lidl informs about the recall of the product "Brie de Nangis" from the manufacturer Jermi Käsewerk GmbH.
Lidl recall: This French soft cheese should no longer be eaten
Not only did the
discount chain Lidl
of some batches of goat's cheese to
the entire product regardless of its best-before date, it is now evidently another product from the same manufacturer that has to be recalled immediately: This time it is a
French soft cheese.
cheese dairy from Laupheim
, more precisely verotoxin-producing "Escherichia (E.) coli", were detected.
soft cheese products
affected by this recall
were also available from Lidl nationwide.
For "reasons of consistent consumer protection", Lidl supports the recall of its supplier
and calls on all affected customers to
attention to the given
and not to consume the cheese, but to return it - even
date has already passed.
The soft cheese with the name
"Brie de Nangis"
package is affected.
With the help of the
DE BW 331 EG ID
, the two
lot numbers 394
, and the
best before date October 27, 2020
, Lidl customers can tell whether they are affected by the recall.
Warning, a #food recall!
Jermi Käsewerk GmbH calls back the "My cheese dairy Brie de Nangis" and the "My cheese dairy goat cheese roll" (sold at Lidl).
Reason: detection of verotoxin-producing E. coli bacteria or listeria.
Further information: https://t.co/9UPCX1fOwp pic.twitter.com/iKuLSpSfev
- foodwatch Germany (@foodwatch_de) October 29, 2020
reports, only the
“Brie de Nangis” is
contaminated with E. coli bacteria: “Other
are not affected by the recall.” The discount chain wants all customers who return the Brie at Lidl without a receipt Refund purchase price.
E. coli infection
(VTEC) can occasionally be completely symptom-free, it can still result in nausea, vomiting and diarrhea after two to ten days.
Usually, however, the incubation period is three to four days.
inflammatory bowel disease,
you should go to a hospital.
Because the pathogenic
can also lead to severe
, destroy blood cells and
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