Raw cheese from France that is contaminated with Listeria and has a high E. coli count is sold to my country
By: Date: 2021-02-04 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
  Food Partner Network News According to the European Union’s Rapid Early Warning System for Food and Feed (RASFF), on February 2, 2021, France notified its country of unqualified raw cheese exports through RASFF. The specific notification information is as follows:

Notification time

Notification country

Notify products


Reason for notification

Sales status/actions taken

Type of notification



Raw cheese


Listeria was detected; E. coli count is too high (>1500000/g)

Distribute to other member states/recall from consumers

Warning notification

   It is understood that in addition to being sold in France, substandard products are also distributed to China, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland. FoodPartner.com reminds export companies to export products strictly in accordance with the requirements of EU member states, pay attention to the existence of various pathogenic microorganisms in products, ensure product safety, and avoid export risks.
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