E.coli Recall: Fromagerie Alpine Saint Felicien & Saint Marcellin Cheeses

E.coli Recall: Fromagerie Alpine Saint Felicien & Saint Marcellin Cheeses

E.coli Recall: Fromagerie Alpine Saint Felicien & Saint Marcellin Cheeses


St-felicien du Dauphine

Fromagerie Alpine Saint Felicien & Saint Marcellin Cheeses

Fromagerie Alpine is recalling Saint Félicien and Saint Marcellin raw cow’s milk cheeses, because they might contain E. coli.

Saint Félicien can be bought in Tesco, and the Saint Marcellin in Harrods

E. coli

E. Coli stands for Escherichia coli, which is a group of bacteria causing illness in humans. Escherichia coli naturally live in the large intestines of humans, mammals and birds. Our intestines need many bacteria to function normally, including some strains of Escherichia coli. However, some strains of E. coli produce poisons (toxins), which causes illnesses ranging from mild diarrhoea through to very severe inflammation of the gut.

In severe cares, E. coli can lead to death...

Beware, E coli bacteria!
E coli O157

Fromagerie Alpine Cheeses' Recall

Product

Pack Size

Use By

Lot Numbers

Bacterium

Tesco Finest Saint Félicien du Dauphiné Cheese

180g

All Date Codes

All lot numbers from 032 to 116

Escherichia coli

Xavier David, Saint Marcellin PGI

80g

All date codes between 8 March 2019 and 16 June 2019

All lot numbers from 032 to 116

Escherichia coli

To read the Food Standards Agency's recall notice for these cheeses, click here. To see Tesco's and Harrods' own recall notices on the FSA website, click here.

Tesco's recall notice on their website can be found here. We could not find any information regarding the recall on Harrods' website, nor any information about the recall on Fromagerie Alpine's own French website...