Cheese re­called

The Galloway News - - GALLOWAY VIEW -

Three Loch Arthur Cream­ery cheeses are be­ing re­called in a po­ten­tial health risk scare.

It cen­tres on an in­gre­di­ent, cel­ery, not be­ing men­tioned on the la­bels of Crannog cheese.

The com­pany is­sued the re­call no­tice last week after the coun­cil’s en­vi­ron­men­tal health team be­came aware of the is­sue.

Of­fi­cials say there is a po­ten­tial health risk and have asked shop­pers to re­turn the cheese to the Beeswing farmshop if they have a cel­ery al­lergy.

Peo­ple with a food al­lergy can suf­fer symp­toms rang­ing from swelling or itch­ing in the face, mouth or throat to life-threat­ning ana­phy­laxis.

The prod­ucts re­called are Crannog with mixed herbs, Crannog with green pep­per­corns and Crannog with chives dated Novem­ber 15, 2017.

No other Loch Arthur prod­ucts are thought to be af­fected but for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion con­tact the coun­cil’s en­vi­ron­men­tal health ser­vices on 030 33 33 3000.

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