The State Veterinary Administration warns against French goat cheese, which may contain metal fragments. Some of the products were contained in barley, but some made it to the stores of food chains. These include, for example, Tesco, Albert, Billa, Kaufland, Lidl or Košík.cz. Those who bought cheese should not eat it. They can return it at the point of sale, said Peter Vorliczek, a spokesman for the veterinary department.




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Buche Fondante Président Cheese, batches expiring 10/15/2022, 10/21/2022, 10/28/2022 may contain metal shards | Source: State Veterinary Administration

“The French manufacturer Société Fromagère de Riblaire has informed other countries of a possible defect in the cheese. The latter withdraws three types of goat cheese (Boche de chevre, Saint-Maur and Rondin) from the market and from consumers. But they are distributed under different brands. said Peter Forlisek. “About 7,500 packages of two different products have arrived on the Czech market,” a spokesperson for the veterinary department.

The first is available in the country under the name Buche Fondante President. Goat cheese is sold in packages of 180 grams with expiration dates 10/15/2022 and 10/21/2022 and 10/28/2022.


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More than a third of the nearly 6,800 packages of cheese that arrived in the Czech Republic have been banned at the distributor’s warehouse in Szczecin, near Prague.

The remaining two-thirds were delivered to customers, among them mainly supermarkets Tesco, Albert, Billa, Kaufland and the online store Košík.

The second product is goat cheese with white mold, it is sold in the form of a 200-gram roll, and the shelf life is 29/09/2022 minimum.

Almost 100 kilograms arrived at the warehouses of the Lidl chain, where the cheese was delivered to individual stores.

Lidl is now withdrawing the product from sale and reporting the possibility of returning the cheese on its website and on its official Facebook profile. According to the contribution, food can be claimed even without a receipt.

All potentially hazardous products will be removed from the market and subsequently disposed of.

Michaela František Karna

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