The Carrefour supermarket chains on Wednesday made cheese, raw materials, "Reflets de France", due to the presence of salmonella.
Fromagerie de la Tournette decided to collaborate with Afsca (Federal Food Safety Agency Federal Agency) and "preventive measure" in order to get rid of milk cheese from the milk for sale. Raw, it is sold in a department store of Carrefour stores in Belgium.
All products have been removed for sale. Some have, however, been marketed in the Belgian market before the withdrawal measure. It is therefore recommended for those who do not consume cheese with young people. The customer may report to the point of sale at the time the product is returned.
Salmonella food infections often affects gastrointestinal diseases, often after 12 to 72 hours after the consumption of contaminated products. These symptoms can be depleted in small children, immunocompromised individuals and elderly. Those who have consumed Reblochon and recommend it to this consumer.
Product description: French cheese, AOP reblochon dairy products, raw milk, raw milk reflections. 450g
Consumption deadline: 30-11-2013