Suspicion of Escherichia coli O157H7
People who hold the product in question are asked not to consume them – and more particularly young children, pregnant women, immunocompromised people and the elderly – and to return them to the point of sale where they were purchased.
People who have consumed it and who present symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal pain or vomiting should consult their doctor as soon as possible, mentioning this consumption and the possible link with the bacterium Escherichia coli.
In the absence of symptoms within 10 days after consuming the affected products, there is no need to worry and consult a doctor.
The E. coli bacterium is naturally present in the digestive microflora of humans and warm-blooded animals. Some strains of E. coli are pathogenic, and can be responsible in humans for various disorders ranging from mild diarrhea to more serious forms such as hemorrhagic diarrhea or severe kidney damage such as HUS, mainly in young children.
▸ Affected products
|Minced meat 20% 350g||21187-3017||07/14/2021|
|Minced meat 5% 350g||21187-2994||07/14/2021|
|Minced Steak 15% x8 125g||21187-2964||07/14/2021|
|Minced Steak 15% 2x 125g||21187-2956||07/14/2021|
|Minced Steak 5% x8 100g||21187-2869||07/14/2021|
|Minced meat 5% 650g||21187-2985||07/14/2021|
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