Potentially dangerous Reblochon sold throughout France

Potentially dangerous Reblochon sold throughout France
Potentially dangerous Reblochon sold throughout France

Sold on May 23 and 24, half-reblochons from the Pochat Pointe Percée brand are being recalled in stores. In question ? The presence of E. coli bacteria.

Notice to Reblochon consumers: your latest purchase may be the subject of a recall. As reported by the government website Rappel Conso, Savoie demi-reblochons from the Pochat Pointe Percée brand sold in Carrefour supermarkets, almost everywhere in France, between May 23 and 24, are making the subject of a recall. The presence of E. coli bacteria was detected. Consumers who are in possession of one or more cheeses in question are invited not to eat them and to return them to the store in order to receive a refund.

These are cheeses weighing 230 grams, packaged in film. Their minimum durability date runs until June 14, 2024 and the batch number in question is 145184212. For people who have already consumed the products concerned, “sometimes bloody diarrhea, abdominal pain and vomiting, accompanied or not fever” may be noted. If this is the case, people experiencing these symptoms should contact their doctor as quickly as possible, notifying them of the consumption of the recalled product.

“These symptoms can be followed (5 to 8% of cases) by severe kidney complications, mainly in children,” the authorities further warn on their site. Note that if fifteen days after consumption no symptoms are detected, “there is no point in worrying and consulting a doctor”, indicates Rappel Conso. For any questions, a toll-free number is available. This is 0805805950, reachable Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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