Nestlé recalls pizzas as officials suggest link to E. coli cases; 2 children dead

Joe Whitworth

Mar 22, 2022

Nestlé has recalled some frozen pizzas in France after authorities linked them to an outbreak of E. coli infections.

Buitoni brand Fraîch'Up pizzas have been withdrawn and recalled. Nestlé took action after being told about the presence of E. coli in dough used in frozen pizzas. Total of 27 cases of HUS or serious infection, with similar characteristics, have been identified.
Efforts are ongoing to determine the origin of contamination, to see if other products are affected, and to establish potential links between food products and patients.

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