Published: Sun, January 14, 2018
Medicine | By Melba Vasquez

Baby milk scare deepens in France

Baby milk scare deepens in France

The government is now hoping to limit reputational damage. Three dozen children are thought to have fallen ill.

At a news conference on Thursday, Lactalis apologized and pledged to do its utmost to determine the cause of the problem.

But even after that, the products were still available at supermarkets and other retailers in the country. Carrefour, Leclerc, Auchan and Systeme U admitted some products were still being sold.

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French President Emmanuel Macron's government is scrambling to save face after the alarming failure of a mass recall of baby milk prompted by a salmonella scare.

Some of the products included in the recall were destined for markets overseas, including China. "I think this (further recall) is the strongest guarantee we can give".

Lactalis, one of the largest diary product manufacturers worldwide, made the nationwide recall in December 2017 after one of the factory's assembly lines was found contaminated with salmonella.

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Le Maire did not say what volume of baby milk could be involved beyond the more than 12 million items already recalled last month.

A judicial investigation is taking place in France over the contamination and a group of French parents of affected infants said on Friday that they were considering a joint lawsuit.

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