Food alert. The well-known supermarket chain Conad has decided to withdraw as a precaution the clam coming from the manufacturer of Goro "due to the presumed presence of Escherichia coli beyond the legal limits".Don't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
Food alert. The well-known supermarket chain Conad has decided to withdraw it as a precaution true clam coming from the manufacturer of Goro “due to the presumed presence of Escherichia coli beyond the legal limits”.
In the municipality of Ferrara, which has jumped to the news in recent days, for not having welcomed 12 migrant women by raising barricades in the streets, for now no spaghetti with clams or at least not those belonging to the accused lot.
Lot number 14G1, was packaged from 17 to 19 October and is contained in 3 kg (500gx6), 5 kg (500g x 10) and 500 gram packs. The Ean code is 2196850. Conad invites customers who have purchased this product not to consume it and take it to any point of sale for replacement or refund.
The presence of the bacterium indicates the fecal contamination and some strains of Escherichia Coli serotype O157: H7, are capable of causing fever, diarrhea and vomiting. In addition, toxins can seriously damage the mucous membranes of the digestive system and the kidneys.
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