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Supermarkets Recall Fiordovo Tigullio Eggs Amid Microbiological Risk Concerns

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Quadri Adejumo
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Supermarkets Recall Fiordovo Tigullio Eggs Amid Microbiological Risk Concerns

Supermarket chains Carrefour and Pam Panorama have initiated a recall of three batches of Fiordovo Tigullio brand category A free-range eggs, alerting consumers about a potential 'microbiological risk.' The identified batches, bearing lot numbers BA 820-1 MR, BA 820-2 MR, and BA 824-4 MR, possess expiration dates of 12/12/2023, 13/12/2023, and 14/12/2023 respectively.

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Precautionary Recall Amid Uncertainty

The manufacturer, Centrale del Latte d'Italia Spa, produced the eggs and packaged them at their facility in Bedizzole, Brescia, identifiable by the mark IT 017083. A precautionary measure in nature, the recall has been issued without disclosing the specific bacterial species causing the risk. Consumers who have purchased these eggs are urged not to consume them and are given the option to return them to the point of sale.

Increasing Frequency of Recalls

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Since the start of the year, Il Fatto Alimentare has reported a total of 185 recalls involving 377 products, highlighting an increasing trend of food safety alerts. Il Fatto Alimentare, an independent journalism platform, has dedicated over 13 years to covering topics like food safety, labeling, nutrition, pricing, and alerts without succumbing to advertisements from unhealthy food products.

A Call for Transparency and Open Communication

The article also addresses a reader's disappointment over unaddressed inquiries on the site. In response, the editorial team at Il Fatto Alimentare encourages communication through emails, extending an open invitation for readers to express their concerns and questions, thereby reinforcing their commitment to transparency and open dialogue.

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