Norovirus: background of cakes mousse with raspberries

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    Saturday, 12 August, 2017 06:01

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    OTTAWA – Several cases of Norovirus associated with the consumption of cakes, mousses raspberries have been reported, reported the canadian food inspection agency (CFIA).

    The products subject to recall were sold in Quebec and are likely to have been sold frozen or thawed, or by employees of bakery and pastry products:

    “Mousse Greek yogurt lemon-raspberry”, mark Michaud, sold in the format of 650 g (UPC 0 620737 001806, CODE 1667, 1777, 1997, 2017, 2077);

    “Mousse cake choco-raspberry”, mark, Jessica, format, 650 g (CUP variable, all of the products sold until August 11, 2017);

    “Mousse raspberry” (no mark) size 35 g (CUP, variable, CODE 17193);

    “The Dream Cake” (no mark) format 1070 g (CUP, variable, CODE 17192);

    “Mousse cake Chocolate Raspberry” (no mark) format 650 g (CUP, variable, CODE 17185);

    “Mousse cake Chocolate Raspberry”, brand Laura Secord, format 90 g (CUP, variable, CODE 17201);

    “Mousse cake Chocolate Raspberry”, brand Laura Secord, format (85 g UPC code variable, a CODE 17201);

    “Mousse cake Chocolate Raspberry”, brand Laura Secord, format 485 g (CUP, variable, CODE 17201);

    “Mousse flavors assorted”, brand Top Dessert, format 725 g (CUP, variable, CODE 17170 and 17185).

    All people who have these products should not consume them and may throw them out or return them in-store.

    People exposed to the virus usually develop symptoms of gastroenteritis within 24 to 48 hours of consumption: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, or muscle pain, fatigue, fever, chills and headache.

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