E.coli contamination: here is the list of recalled cheeses

Ecoli contamination here is the list of recalled cheeses

Two children were hospitalized in serious condition after eating Morbier contaminated with E.coli bacteria. Several batches of cheese (not just Morbier) are recalled in France.

There is reason to be worried. Two children, a 7-year-old girl and an 18-month-old baby, were hospitalized in the Lyon region after eating Morbier contaminated with Escherichia Coli bacteria (E.coli) last December. Their condition was serious. “We thought we lost her, vital prognosis has been initiateddeclared the girl’s father to Parisian on February 10. It is the same bacteria that was found in Buitoni pizzas in 2022 and which had caused the death of two children. For several weeks, many lots of cheeses (Morbier, Raclette, Tomme – under different brands and presentations) likely to be contaminated by shigatoxigenic Escherichia coli (the most dangerous) are recalled on the site Consumer reminder (non-exhaustive list):

  • Morbier Maison Monts et Terroirs
  • Morbier Refiner’s Secrets
  • Morbier Terrier Intermarché
  • Tomme du Jura Monts et Terroirs
  • Raclette Monts et Terroirs
  • Breeder Secrets of Refiner
  • Raclette with raw milk E.Leclerc Les Sables d’Olonne
  • Morbier AOP raw milk E.Leclerc Les Sables d’Olonne
  • Duo Raclette and Morbier – Entremont
  • Monts et Terroirs raclette tray
  • Morbier AOP House of Gruyère
  • Ashy Parthenay goat cheese – Fromagerie Blanc
  • The chevrette – Fromagerie des Gors
  • Sakura No Ha and Mothais on leaf / Diamond/Rings/Small Dôme – Fromagerie des Gors
  • Raw milk goat cheeses, EARL LOUET
  • Tomme de Savoie Farm, Monoprix Gourmet
  • Tomme de Savoie Farm, Conus Brand
  • Goat cheese, La Ferme de la Prairie
  • Rocamaadour farmer, GAEC Ferme de Laspeyrières
  • Stools on Dear farmer, Brand: Hardy affineur – La Mère Richard
  • Stools on Cher, Brand: Clos Chevrel
  • Selles sur Cher, Marque: Itinerary of our regions

The two types of foods most at risk of contamination with E.coli bacteria are ground steaks and raw milk, hence the instruction toavoid rare meat before the age of 10 and the raw milk cheeses in children under 5 years old. In the event of persistent stomach aches, fever, diarrhea, vomiting, etc. after possible consumption of these products, consult a doctor without delay.