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Rocamadour cheese recalled from French shops over salmonella risk

The product is found around the country in the supermarkets Intermarché, Cora and Leclerc

Rocamadour is a French goat cheese Pic: slowmotiongli / Shutterstock

Rocamadour cheese made by La Fromagerie du Quercy and sold in packs of three has been recalled from supermarkets around the country due to a risk of salmonella.

The at-risk batch dates from February 7 to February 10. 

The product can be found in the supermarkets Intermarché, Cora and Leclerc. 

The alert was put out by French product recall service Rappel Conso. The recall period is set to end on February 26. See more information here

Customers who have bought the product can return it to the supermarket where they bought it with a receipt in order to receive reimbursement. 

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