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Food Office = Cornish -various pates and rillettes

Postby Penny » Tue Aug 15, 2017 9:16 pm

Cornish Charcuterie recalls various types of its pates and rillettes because of a failure of procedures to control Clostridium botulinum
Last updated: 15 August 2017
product recall
Cornish Charcuterie is recalling various types of pates and rillettes because of concerns over the company’s procedures in place to control Clostridium botulinum.
Product details
Product: Cornish Charcuterie Mushroom Pate
Pack size: All pack sizes
Best before end: All date codes up to and including 28/01/2019
Batch code: All batch codes

Product: Cornish Charcuterie Spicy Bean Crush Pate
Pack size: All pack sizes
Best before end: All date codes up to and including 28/01/2019
Batch code: All batch codes

Product: Cornish Charcuterie Salmon Pate with Lemon
Pack size: All pack sizes
Best before end: All date codes up to and including 03/07/2018
Batch code: All batch codes

Product: Cornish Charcuterie Salmon Pate with Horseradish and Dill
Pack size: All pack sizes
Best before end: All date codes up to and including 07/07/2018
Batch code: All batch codes

Product: Cornish Charcuterie Duck Rillette with Cranberries
Pack size: All pack sizes
Best before end: All date codes up to and including 28/01/2019
Batch code: All batch codes

Product: Cornish Charcuterie Chicken Rillette with Lemon
Pack size: All pack sizes
Best before end: All date codes up to and including 28/01/2019
Batch code: All batch codes

Product: Cornish Charcuterie Mushroom Pork Rillette
Pack size: All pack sizes
Best before end: All date codes up to and including 28/01/2019
Batch code: All batch codes

Product: Cornish Charcuterie Pork Rillette with Sloes
Pack size: All pack sizes
Best before end: All date codes up to and including 28/01/2019
Batch code: All batch codes

No other Cornish Charcuterie products are known to be affected.

Risk
Manufacturing controls necessary to ensure the safety of the products listed above could not be demonstrated satisfactorily by the company.

The issue relates to controlling factors to prevent the growth and toxin production of Clostridium botulinum. Botulinum toxin may cause a serious form of food poisoning called botulism and can be fatal.
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