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    Dunsyre Blue cheese/Lanark Blue cheese

    Do not eat this. Return to the retailer or throw it in the bin.

    E coli O157 contamination

    m.heraldscotland.com/new…arc

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    Original Poster

    splender

    ERRINGTON cheese maker says otherwise though … ERRINGTON cheese maker says otherwise though http://mobile.foodmanufacture.co.uk/Business-News/Row-erupts-over-unpasteurised-cheese-recall



    I'd rather believe the authorities than the producer.

    Plus, your link is nearly a month old, this is due to an update.
    Edited by: "moob" 11th Sep 2016

    Original Poster

    splender

    ERRINGTON cheese maker says otherwise though … ERRINGTON cheese maker says otherwise though http://mobile.foodmanufacture.co.uk/Business-News/Row-erupts-over-unpasteurised-cheese-recall



    Hmm.. bbc.co.uk/new…105

    moob

    Hmm.. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-37368105


    The flaw in this is the person who bans does not suffer any personal financial loss if he turns out to be wrong after banning on a precautionary policy. None of them, ever say, I personally underwrite all financial loss if I am proved to be wrong.

    Original Poster

    splender

    The flaw in this is the person who bans does not suffer any personal … The flaw in this is the person who bans does not suffer any personal financial loss if he turns out to be wrong after banning on a precautionary policy. None of them, ever say, I personally underwrite all financial loss if I am proved to be wrong.



    He is compensated if the allegations are wrong actually.

    However, UKAS accredited labs have analysed and found E.coli and E.coli O157 in different cheeses he manufactures.

    I'd prefer the precautionary approach, especially given a 3 yr old has already died.

    moob

    He is compensated if the allegations are wrong actually.However, UKAS … He is compensated if the allegations are wrong actually.However, UKAS accredited labs have analysed and found E.coli and E.coli O157 in different cheeses he manufactures.I'd prefer the precautionary approach, especially given a 3 yr old has already died.


    Feeding mouldy of anything, even if it were to be healthy in vast majority of cases like 99.99% to nursery age children or to a frail person is not something I would do. There are so many pasturised cheese to choose from. That's a reason for pasturisation.
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