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Three retailers issue recall notices over Listeria

09 February 2016

Three supermarkets have issued recall notices for Camembert over fears of Listeria contamination. 

Asda, Co-operative and Sainsbury’s have separately issued recalls for several brands of the French soft cheese. 

Listeria is a foodbourne bacteria that can cause the potentially life-threatening infection, listeriosis. 

The affected products are: 

Asda Extra Special Camembert de Pays, 250g, with use by dates of February 14, 21 and 28. 
The Co-operative Truly Irresistible Camembert, 250g, 21 February 
Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference French Camembert Cheese, 250g, Taste the Difference Baking Camembert Cheese, 250g and Sainsbury’s Camembert Pays, 250g.

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