Патогена Е. coli found in French cheese
The Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety and Lidl Germany are currently warning against French cheese sold by Lidl. In the study, pathogens of bacteria were found in the product. coli, which can sometimes cause severe diarrhea.
It is the "Morbier AOP cheese made from raw milk, 250 grams" of the French manufacturer "SA Perrin Vermot" with the best date until March 17, 2019. In addition, the cheese is the number of lot 042 and the identification number FR 25-155- Recognized 001 CE . The product should not be consumed due to health hazards.
Cheese is offered in almost all federal states
As announced by Lidl Germany, the product affected by the withdrawal was sold in all federal states except Bremen, Hamburg, Saarland and Schleswig-Holstein. It's also just about the above article. "For the sake of consistent consumer protection, Lidl Germany immediately reacted and removed the affected product from the sale," Lidl writes in user information on the company's website. Cheese can be delivered in all Lidl branches. Buyers then receive a purchase price without presenting an account.
Attention: Some groups are particularly vulnerable
As the Federal Office and Lidl emphasize, clients should take this memory seriously. In particular, infants, young children, elderly people and persons with impaired immune system may develop severe illness through the found E. bacterium. coli (EHEC) to produce Shiga toxin. According to the Robert Koch Institute, symptoms such as abdominal pain, fever, gastric colic, bloody diarrhea, nausea and vomiting can occur as a result of EHEC infection. In particularly severe cases, the kidneys are so affected that kidney failure occurs. In rare cases, it can even lead to the death of those affected. (Vb)
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