After Auchan and Leclerc, Intermarché is also recalling cheese contaminated with E. Coli bacteria

After Auchan and Leclerc, Intermarché is also recalling cheese contaminated with E. Coli bacteria
After Auchan and Leclerc, Intermarché is also recalling cheese contaminated with E. Coli bacteria

Sold in many stores in France, a cheese has been recalled for a few days due to contamination with the E. Coli bacteria. After Auchan and Leclerc, it is Intermarché’s turn to be affected. The government website Rappel-conso launched an alert on Tuesday, July 9, 2024.

Sold in slices

The cheese was marketed under the brand name “Les Fromagers Cantaliens” between June 8 and July 3, 2024 and under the name “Cantal entre deux AOP”. It was sold in the form of 180-gram slices in Intermarché and Leclerc stores.

To locate it in your fridge, you can rely on two indications on the packaging: the batch number (24157105) and the GTIN (3492847448003). The use-by date was set for July 3, 2024. It is advisable to return it to the store. You will then be able to benefit from a refund or an exchange. You have until July 20, 2024 to start this process. In any case, you must no longer consume it.

When to worry?

If you have eaten the cheese in the last week and you have symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, vomiting with or without fever, do not hesitate to consult your doctor. The most vulnerable people remain children, the elderly or immunocompromised, and pregnant women.

Conversely, if you ate the cheese a fortnight ago and you feel fine, you can rest assured. You do not need to make a medical appointment. A dedicated number has been set up for consumers: 0 800 80 12 87.

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