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TitleHK CFS Announced That Irish Cheese Suspected to be Contaminated With Listeria monocytogenes
Reference 514/2017
SourceHong Kong Centre for Food Safety (CFS)
Questionable food products
Details of the products are as follows:

1. Product name: ORGANIC IRISH CHEDDAR CHEESE
Brand: THE LITTLE MILK CO
Place of origin: Ireland
Net weight: 135 gram per pack
Best before date: October 30, 2017

2. Product name: ORGANIC IRISH CHEDDAR CHEESE - Vintage
Brand: THE LITTLE MILK CO
Place of origin: Ireland
Net weight:120 gram per pack
Best before date: November 19, 2017

3. Product name: ORGANIC IRISH CHEDDAR CHEESE - Mature
Brand: THE LITTLE MILK CO
Place of origin: Ireland
Net weight: 135 gram per pack
Best before dates: October 20, 2017, December 22, 2017
Expiry date/Batch
See above.
Manufacturer/ Distributor Manufacturer: Irish Organic Milk Producers Ltd.; Hong Kong Importer: City Super Limited
Reasons for recall
The Hong Kong Centre for Food Safety, through its Food Incident Surveillance System, noted a notice issued by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland that some batches of cheese manufactured in the Ireland might have been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes and the affected products are being recalled.
More information
Date08/11/2017
Last Updated on 08/11/2017
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