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Listeria: the manufacturer recalls the numerous varieties of cheese because of bacteria

The cheese bird AG from Switzerland has started a recall for the numerous varieties of cheese. The action takes place after the cheese of the manufacturer of Listeria were detected. These bacteria can cause the disease “listeriosis”.

As the Swiss Federal food safety and veterinary office (fsvo) informs on its website, were detected in the framework of internal controls in the cheese factory, bird AG, Listeria in cheese and in the production facility. The FVO has published a public warning.

Products should not be consumed

“The consumption of cheese from the operation may endanger the health”, – stated in the warning. The fsvo “recommends not to consume the affected products”.

According to the figures, the manufacturer has informed the purchaser about it and caused that the products were withdrawn from sale.

The following products from the farm dairy bird with the company number CH-5707 are affected:

  • Wild Garlic Cream Cheese
  • Organic Garlic Cream Cheese
  • Organic Pepper-Cream Cheese
  • Organic Sheep’s Cheese
  • Bio Schafbrie
  • Organic Sheep Mutschli
  • Organic Goat Cheese
  • Organic Brie
  • Brie de luxe/Brie Bloc
  • Brie, Tomato
  • Brie Carré
  • Chnobli Chäs
  • Cave-aged cheese
  • Pepper-Cream Cheese “Don Pepe”
  • Smoke-Chäsli
  • Stone Berger Bio Mountain Cheese
  • Stone Berger Mutschli
  • Stone Berger-quarter fat
  • Tell Goat Cheese
  • Ur-Schwyz Alpine Cheese (Swiss Knife Valley)
  • Urschwyzer half fat
  • Urschwyzer Herb Cheese
  • Wildspitz Mountain Cheese
  • Wildspitz Cheese Organic Cream
  • Fresh goat cheese
  • Goat’s Cheese A. X. V.

The products are according to the authorities in the whole of Switzerland, in the sale and according to reports in the media, probably to Germany.

Infection can be for certain people is dangerous

Listeria bacteria can cause the disease “listeriosis” are.

In healthy adults, the infection is in most cases inconspicuous or takes a benign course with flu-like symptoms such as fever and muscle aches, or vomiting and diarrhea, explains the Bavarian state office for health and food safety (LGL).

However, in immunocompromised individuals, a number of severe symptoms with may, according to the fsvo “, under certain circumstances, fatal outcome to develop”.

The experts say Listeria can cause infection during pregnancy “to a miscarriage or the child can be born with blood poisoning or meningitis.” (ad)