Recalled a batch of clams or lupins for Escherichia Coli beyond the legal limits. It was sold in some Coop Alleanza stores.Don't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
A new food alert, resulting in a product recall, concerns a batch of clams or lupins sold by Coop Alleanza. There is presence of Escherichia Coli beyond the legal limits.
A notice to consumers appears on the Coop website indicating the recall of a batch of New Copromo Srl clams or lupins, sold in 500-gram nets. Who consumes the offending lot, the 0035C packed on 04/02/2020, risks being faced with Escherichia Coli intoxication given that there is a presence in the products of this bacterium beyond the legal limits.
The lot was sold only in a few Coop Alleanza sales points (the largest of the consumer cooperatives of the Coop system) at the Forlì platform with ddt n. 1402 / A of 04/02/2020.
So be careful if you have bought clams and lupins in the following points of sale:
- TITAN-COOP (San Marino SM)
- CERVIA MAZZOTTI (CERVIA RA)
- ANDREA COSTA (BOLOGNA BO)
- RAVENNA – GALLERY (Ravenna RA)
- IperCoop CENTRO BORGO (BOLOGNA BO)
- IperCoop CENT. D'ABRUZZO (San Giovanni Teatino CH)
- IperCoop City of Stars (ASCOLI PICENO AP)
- IperCoop Lungo Savio (Cesena FC)
- IperCoop Globo (LUGO RA)
- Ipercoop MIRALFIORE (Pesaro PU)
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If you have purchased clams or lupins with the aforementioned lot, do not consume them but return them immediately to the store for an exchange or refund.