Some products from (Quebec) Fromage Warwick should not be consumed because they are not manufactured and packaged in a way that ensures their safety.
Posted at 10:16 am
The Ministere de l’Agriculture, des Pecheries et de l’Alimentation (MAPAQ) specifies that these are five types of Jersey-type Cheddar cheese, a Limerick type of Reblocan cheese with a soft, washed-rind paste, and two-liter containers. the milk
These products are offered for sale at several establishments in Quebec, depending on the product, refrigerated or at room temperature, up to and including Wednesday, July 13.
MAPAQ reports that Fromage Warwick, established in the municipality of the same name in Estrie, is voluntarily recalling the products in question. People who have them are invited to return them to the establishment where they were purchased or throw them away.
MAPAQ reminds that even if the products in question do not appear to be tampered with or have suspicious odors, their consumption may represent a health risk.
However, no case of illness associated with the consumption of these foods has been reported to MAPAQ to date.
On the other hand, pregnant women, those with weakened immune systems, children, and the elderly should not be told that Franc-Gilles Cheshire-type hard cheese is made from unpasteurized milk, unless it is stated on the label. Units of this product were also sold till Wednesday.