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Tesco recalls batch of cheese over Listeria concerns

Listeria can cause vomiting, weakness and fever.

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TESCO IRELAND HAS been forced to recall a batch of cheese after a bacteria that causes Listeria was found in it.

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSA) said today one batch of Brewers Gold semi-soft cheese was affected.

Listeria can cause vomiting, weakness and fever and can be present in foods made from raw milk and a variety of processed meats.

The affected batch of cheese was sold by Tesco between 6 and 8 April. Point of sale recall notices are being displayed in stores.

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