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Canada – Notice not to consume fava bean soup packaged in glass jars prepared and sold by the Blackburn Food Market inc.

MAPAQ

Quebec

 , April 14, 2021 

The MAPAQ, in collaboration with the Blackburn Food Market Inc., located at 1722, rue Saint-Pierre, in Saguenay , is warning the population not to consume the product indicated in the table below if they have not. not been kept in the refrigerator at all times from the time of purchase. In fact, the product label does not include the required “Keep refrigerated” statement .

Product name Format Targeted lot
“Bean soup” 1 liter Units sold until April 14, 2021

The product that is the subject of this warning was offered for sale only at the establishment identified above . It was packaged in mason-type glass jars and sold refrigerated. The product label reads “Blackburn Food Market”.

The operator is voluntarily recalling the product in question. He agreed with MAPAQ to disseminate this warning as a precautionary measure. Also, people who have this product in their possession and who have not kept it in the refrigerator at all times since the time of purchase are advised not to consume it. They must either return it to the establishment where they bought it or throw it away. Even if the affected product does not show any signs of spoilage or a suspicious odor, consuming it may represent a health risk.

It should be noted that no case of illness associated with the consumption of this food has been reported to MAPAQ so far.

Additional information

Media relations
Communications
Department Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries
and Food
Tel. : 418 380-2100, extension 3512
www.mapaq.gouv.qc.ca

Product (s)

Canada – Notice not to consume meat sauce packaged in glass jars prepared and sold by the restaurant El Hornello inc.

MAPAQ

Quebec

 , April 14, 2021 

MAPAQ, in collaboration with the restaurant El Hornello inc., Located at 401 boulevard Harwood, in Vaudreuil-Dorion , is warning the population not to consume the product indicated in the table below if it has not been stored. at all times in the refrigerator from the time of purchase. In fact, the product label does not include the required “Keep refrigerated” statement .

Product name Format Targeted lot
“Meat sauce – BOLO”
500 ml
1 litre
Units sold until April 14, 2021

The product that is the subject of this warning was offered for sale only at the establishment identified above . It was packaged in mason-type glass jars and sold refrigerated. The product label includes the words “El Hornello Restaurant”.

The operator is voluntarily recalling the product in question. He agreed with MAPAQ to disseminate this warning as a precautionary measure. Also, people who have this product in their possession and who have not kept it in the refrigerator at all times since the time of purchase are advised not to consume it. They must either return it to the establishment where they bought it or throw it away. Even if the affected product does not show any signs of spoilage or a suspicious odor, consuming it may represent a health risk. It should be noted that no case of illness associated with the consumption of this food has been reported to MAPAQ so far.

Additional information

Media relations
Communications
Department Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries
and Food
Tel. : 418 380-2100, extension 3512
www.mapaq.gouv.qc.ca

Product (s)

Belgium – Barbecue sausages and Mettwurst (smoked sausage) from La Provençale – Salmonella

AFSCA

Communication from the AFSCA
Product: Barbecue sausages and Mettwurst (smoked sausage) from La Provençale.
Problem: possible presence of Salmonella.


The AFSCA is today recalling consumers of the assortment of barbecue sausages and Mettwurst (smoked sausages) products of the La Provençale brand .

This recall follows a notification via the RASFF system (European Food and Feed Rapid Alert System) concerning the possible presence of Salmonella in these products.
It was therefore decided to withdraw these products from sale and to recall them to consumers.

Description of the products:

5-piece vacuum-packed barbecue sausage assortment

Brand: La Provençale Use
by date (Best before date): All best before date between 04/16/21 and 04/23/21
Item number: 520520

Mettwurst – 3PC 340G under skin

Brand: La Provençale
Best before date (BBD): 04/25/21
Item number: 513218

These products were sold in Belgium via the following points of sale:

FOODLUX DEPOT 105, RUE DES ROSES, VANCE B-6700
CHARCUTERIE SM DISTRINET SA AD DELHAIZE, 17B RUE DU COMMERCE, ATHUS B-6791
SPAR AUBANGE / FALIANGA SPRL, 35 RUE DE LA GARE, AUBANGE B-6790
LA FERME DES 4 VENTS ( RESTAURANT), 16 RUE DES 4 VENTS, SELANGE B-6781

For any further information , you can contact the AFSCA contact point for consumers: 0800 / 13.550 or pointdecontact@afsca.be .

USA – Warning issued over raw milk in Western New York – Listeria monocytogenes

Food Safety News

New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Commissioner Richard A. Ball is warning consumers not to consume unpasteurized, raw milk from Happy Hollow Dairy Farm because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. Happy Hollow Dairy Farm is in Springville, NY.

The warning comes after a sample of the milk collected by an inspector from the department was discovered to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. On April 1 the producer was notified of a preliminary positive test result. Further laboratory testing, completed April 6 confirmed the presence of Listeria monocytogenes in the raw milk sample. The producer is now prohibited from selling raw milk until subsequent sampling indicates that its product is free of harmful bacteria.

Belgium – Raw milk goat crottins, different varieties – STEC E.coli

AFSCA

Le Larry
Products recalled: Raw milk goat crottins, different varieties.
Problem: Possible presence of Escherichia coli (STEC).


In agreement with the AFSCA, the company Le Larry is withdrawing from sale several references made from 125g raw milk goat cheese and is recalling them to consumers because of the possible presence of the E. coli STEC bacteria.

The company Le Larry asks its customers not to consume these products and to return them to the point of sale where they were purchased.

Description of the products

GANDA BIO CROTTIN NATURE 125G
– Lot n °: 2112401
      • DDM: 19/04/2021
      • sold from 29/03/2021

BIO CROTTIN OF GOAT CHEESE 125 G (7138)
– Lot n °: 2113101
      • DDM: 04/19/2021
      • Sold from

03/30/2021 BIO CROTTIN 125 G (6415)
– Lot n °: 2113101
      • DDM: 22/04/2021, 19/04/2021, 23/04/2021
      • Sold from 30/03/2021

BIO CROTTIN 4×125 G (6534 en 7673)
– Lot n °: 2113101, 2113201, 2113301
      • DDM: 04/14/2021 ; 04/16/2021; 04/20/2021
      • Sold from

03/29/2021 GOAT CHEESE CROTTIN 4 x 125 G (6539)
– Lot n °: 2113101, 2113301
      • DDM: 04/18/2021 ; 20/04/2021
      • Sold from 29/03/2021

BIO CROTTIN AUX HERBES 125 g (6541)
– Lot n °: 2112401; 2113101
      • DDM: 04/15/2021; 04/19/2021; 04/22/2021
      • Sold from 03/26/2021

GOAT CHEESE CROTTIN WITH HERBS 4×125 g (6561)
– Lot n °: 2112401, 2113101
      • DDM: 04/14/2021 ; 04/18/2021
      • Sold from 03/25/2021

GOAT CHEESE WITH SPRING ONIONS 4 x 125 g (6557)
– Lot n °: 2113101, 2113201, 2113301
• DDM: 04/08/2021; 04/06/2021; 04/10/2021
• Sold from

03/26/2021 BIO NATURE GOAT CHEESE CROTTIN WITH HERBS 6 x 125 g (7908)
– Lot n °: 2112401, 2113101
      • DDM: 04/15/2021, 19 / 04/2021
      • Sold from

03/26/2021 BUTTER SPICE CROTTIN (4x125g) (6583)
– Lot n °: 2113101
      • DDM: 04/18/2021
      • Sold from 03/26/2021

he products were sold through Carrefour supermarkets, various wholesalers and food stores in Belgium.

For more information, please dial 09 326.81.88 or by e-mail mc@lelarry.be and ma@lelarry.be

USA – Washington: Campylobacter infections linked to unpasteurized raw milk

Outbreak News Today

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The Washington Department of Health reports five lab-positive campylobacteriosis cases in individuals who consumed Dungeness Valley Creamery raw milk. The raw milk was purchased in Clallam, Skagit, Kitsap, and Clark Counties.

Dungeness Valley Creamery has issued a voluntary recall of all raw milk product with a ‘Best By’ date of April 13, 2021, or earlier. These products may be contaminated with Campylobacter bacteria, which can cause serious illness. The recalled product is bottled in gallon, half-gallon, quart and pint containers. It was sold to customers in western Washington in the on-farm store, outside retail stores and drop-off locations. Health officials urge consumers not to drink any Dungeness Valley Creamery raw milk product with a ‘Best By’ date of April 13, 2021, or earlier, and to discard any leftover product, or return it to the place of purchase.

“Unpasteurized raw milk can carry harmful bacteria and germs. Foodborne illnesses can be caused by many different foods; however, raw milk is one of the riskiest,” said Dr. Scott Lindquist, State Epidemiologist for Communicable Diseases.

RASFF Alert – STEC E.coli – Chilled Beef Rump Tails

European Food Alerts

RASFF

shigatoxin-producing Escherichia coli (O26 stx+ eae+ /25g) in chilled beef rump tails from Argentina in Germany

Belgium – Recall of the Fromagerie du CARAH-Asbl – Mimol’ATH – Listeria monocytogenes

AFSCA

Recall of the Fromagerie du CARAH-Asbl
Product: Mimol’ATH.
Problem: Presence of Listeria.


In agreement with the AFSCA, the fromagerie du Carah asbl is withdrawing Mimol’Ath cheese from sale and is recalling it to consumers because of Listeria’s presence.

The CARAH asbl cheese dairy asks its customers not to consume this product and to bring it back to the point of sale where it was purchased.

Product Description

– Product name: Mimol’ATH
– Lot number: 6
– Sales period: from 02/01/2021 to 03/01/2021
– Weight: Approx 500g

The product was sold via:

Au bio village, 97 Rue de Tournai, 7972 Quevaucamps
La ferme du Carah 301, rue de l’Agriculture, 7800 Ath
Comptoir fermier de Ath, Rue de l’Abbaye 4, 7800 Ath
Comptoir fermier de Braine -l’Alleud, Chaussée d’Ophain 16A, 1420 Braine-l’Alleud
Comptoir fermier de Mons, Chaussée du Roeulx 224, 7000 Mons
Comptoir fermier de Tournai, Avenue de Maire 139, 7500 Tournai

For any further information , contact: Fromagerie@carah.be

Luxembourg – REMINDER: BRITTANY OYSTERS N ° 3, SPECIAL HOLLOW OYSTERS FROM QUIBERON N ° 2 – Norovirus

SAP

Mytilimer Production is recalling the following products:

Last name

Oysters Brittany N ° 3

Unit

2 kg

Packaging date

03/17/2021; 03/18/2021; 03/19/2021

Lot

17032021; 18032021; 19032021

Last name

HOLLOW OYSTERS SPECIALE DE QUIBERON N ° 2

Unit

1.2 kg

Packaging date

05/03/2021; 03/08/2021; 03/09/2021; 03/10/2021; 03/11/2021; 03/12/2021; 03/15/2021; 03/16/2021; 03/17/2021; 03/18/2021; 03/19/2021

Lot

05032021; 08032021; 09032021; 10032021; 11032021; 12032021; 15032021; 16032021; 17032021; 18032021; 19032021

Danger  : Potential presence of Norovirus

Foodborne illnesses caused by Noroviruses result in gastrointestinal disturbances often accompanied by symptoms of acute gastroenteritis (sudden onset of vomiting, nausea and / or diarrhea sometimes associated with abdominal cramps, moderate fever, chills, muscle stiffness and headaches).

These symptoms appear 10 to 50 hours after consumption.

Pregnant women should pay special attention to these symptoms, as well as immunocompromised people, young children and the elderly.

Sale in Luxembourg by: Auchan

A sale by other operators cannot be excluded.

Source of information: Auchan recall notification

RASFF Alerts – Animal Feed – Salmonella – Fish Meal – Rapeseed Meal – Frozen Raw Pet Foods

European Food Alerts

RASFF

Salmonella (in 2 out of 5 samples /25g) in fish meal from Peru, via France in Belgium

RASFF

Salmonella enterica ser. Fillmore (presence /25g) in rapeseed meal from Romania in Romania

RASFF

Salmonella enterica ser. Typhimurium (presence /25g) in frozen raw petfood from the Netherlands in Belgium