Recall of Sodiaal bricks: 38,016 liters of milk concerned, mainly in catering
Regarding direct sales to the general public, & quot; less than 600 bricks & quot; of milk, which were to be sold in System U supermarkets, were affected by this recall.
The recall of milk produced by the French cooperative Sodiaal, due to the presence of residues of cleaning products, concerned 38,016 liters of milk, mainly intended for catering, was learned Monday from concordant sources.
"One call" of customer in catering. "The recall withdrawal concerns 44 pallets (38,016 liters) dispatched in a dozen departments," said the Ministry of Agriculture. Figures corroborated by a spokeswoman for Sodiaal, which states that they concern mainly catering and there was "one call" of this type of customer. All bricks are not contaminated, but the regulation provides for the recall of the whole lot.
A lot concerned for individuals. Regarding the direct sale to the general public, "less than 600 bricks" of milk, which were to be sold in supermarkets System U, were concerned by this recall, according to this spokesman, which states that the cooperative has received no reporting of ill consumers. She added that the withdrawal / recall procedure, which began on December 8, is coming to an end. Lot 18312 semi-skimmed milk, brand "I like milk from here", came from the factory in Campbon (Loire-Atlantique), a few kilometers from Nantes, according to this spokesman. It has the expiry date of March 8, 2019, a production schedule between 8:40 and 11:54, as well as the health approval FR 44-025-001.
The company C SA, which markets the product for Orlait, proceeded to this withdrawal / recall after receiving "a claim for brown milk," said Sodiaal, which holds the brands Candia, Entremont, Le Rustique, Coeur de Lion, RichesMonts, Régilait, or Yoplait. "This incident is linked to a human error" and "occurred in a very short time, about two minutes in the production line," according to the first French milk cooperative. The brand "J'aime la lait d'ici" belongs to Orlait, of which Candia, itself a subsidiary of Sodiaal, is the majority shareholder.