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seven new complaints filed against Buitoni

Seven new complaints have been filed against the Buitoni brand owned by the giant Nestlé after children were poisoned by E. coli bacteria. They are added to those of the other victims and of the Foodwatch consumer defense association.

The contaminated pizza case continues. Seven new complaints were filed this Friday, May 27 at the Paris court. The plaintiffs are families whose children have been poisoned with E. coli bacteria.

In total: more than twenty complaints were lodged against frozen food brand.

Last week, the Foodwatch association had filedtoo, complaint to the Paris court against the Nestlé and Ferrero groups, whose products were also withdrawn from sale after several cases of salmonella infections.

An investigation is open

An investigation for “manslaughter”, “deception” and “endangering others” was opened on April 1, after several serious cases of contamination by the E. coli bacteria possibly linked to the consumption of Buitoni frozen pizzas, a indicated the Paris prosecutor’s office.

This survey, conducted by the public health center (PSP) of the Paris public prosecutor’s office, has been open since March 22. And a Parisian investigating judge was seized on May 12 for the light on this case.

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