Recall of “pélardons” cheese over salmonella scare
Pélardons goats cheese made by Mounier in Lozère have been recalled due to a salmonella scare. There is a suspicion of contamination with salmonella, after the discovery of twenty cases.
The Mounier company, located in Quézac in Lozère, announced “To date, about twenty cases have been identified, all the people concerned are doing well.”.
Consequently, the health authorities have decided to extend the withdrawal and recall measures to all batches of “Pélardons" cheeses, the characteristics of which are: "Pélardon fermier 60g Earl Mounier Thierry - Approval number : FR 48.122.011 EC: all the batches between 24/06/2018 and 29/07/2018 - DLC or DLUO: all DLC between 24/08/2018 and 29/09/2018. "
Customers in possession of the cheeses are advised to not consume them, and take them back to the point of sale where they were purchased.
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