Food Safety Recall: Chatsworth House’s Pates and Rillettes
Chatsworth House is a stately home in Derbyshire. The house is set in expansive parkland, backed by wooded hills, along the river Derwent. To read more about Chatsworth House itself, you can read their own website here, or or you can go to the Wikipedia page on Chatsworth House.
Chatsworth House own brand foods
They have their own shops, restaurants and cafes, and some of the products they sell are sold under their own brand name.
Chatsworth House Pates and Rillettes
And this is where this article comes in. We have already reported that Cornish Charcuterie have recalled their pates, rillettes and Westcountry Duck Confit, due to an equipment malfunction.
Cornish Charcuterie also produces pates and rillettes for Chatsworth House, under Chatsworth House's own label, so this means that all of those products (except for the Westcountry Duck Confit) are now also being recalled.
The equipment malfunction at the manufacturer's means that these foods may not have been cooked to a safe temperature. There is a possibility that a deadly bacterium, Clostridium Botulinum, may have survived the cooking process.
Botulism, the illness caused by the bacterium Clostridium Botulinum, is a rare, but often fatal condition. According to the World Health Organisation, Clostridium Botulinum toxins are one of the most lethal substances known, blocking nerve functions which can lead to respiratory failure and muscular paralysis.
The Chatsworth House product that are recalled are:
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