Several batches of burrata “con latte di Bufala”, from the famous Giovanni Ferrari brand, have been recalled since Tuesday, everywhere in France.
The product has traces of listeria monocytogenes, the agent responsible for listeriosis, indicates the site of Recall conso.
It was marketed between June 13 and July 1, in major brands such as Carrefour, E. Leclerc, Auchan, Intermarché, Casino or Super U.
BURRATA CON LATTE DI BUFALA - GIOVANNI FERRARI
Risks: Listeria monocytogenes (agent responsible for listeriosis)
Reason: Presence of listeria monocytogeneshttps://t.co/OpZU1T20nr pic.twitter.com/HDlo1y8D3R
– RappelConso (@RappelConso) July 5, 2022
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The burrata was presented in a 125 g pot.
The batches concerned range from L22152 to L22169, and carry the GTIN code 8001230018430 and the IT 15 630 CE health mark.
Do not consume
It is recommended not to consume the Italian cheese and to bring it back to the point of sale for a refund.
Customers can also reach consumer service if needed, at 0.800.800.878.
People who have eaten the incriminated burrata and “who have fever, isolated or accompanied by headaches, and body aches, are invited to consult their doctor, notifying him of this consumption”, indicates Rappel conso.
"Listeriosis is a disease that can be serious and whose incubation period can be up to eight weeks," insists the site.
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