A batch of robiola from Monte Invernizzi was withdrawn from the market as it was contaminated by Escherichia ColiDon't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
The Ministry of Health has announced the recall of an Invernizzi product. This is the robiola from Valsassina in which the presence of Echerichia Coli Stec was found. Only one lot, indicated simply by the expiry date, is affected by the measure.
The dangerous bacterium Echerichia Coli was identified within a sample of Robiola di monte della Valsassina, taken at the Lissone site on 27 August. The robiola, from the Invernizzi brand, is sold in packs of 300/400.
Il lot concerned from the recall, produced by Invernizzi Daniele di Invernizzi Daniele e C. SNC in the factory in via IV Novembre 2 in Cremeno (Lecco), is indicated by the following expiry date: 22/09/2021.
If you have purchased this product and the expiry date corresponds to that indicated, do not consume it but return it immediately to the store for a refund.
Source: Ministry of Health
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