Salmonella at Lactalis: These Controls in Mayenne that Sow Trouble

Le Canard enchaîné, published this Wednesday 3rd January, highlights some disturbing elements in the case of infant baby milk contaminated with salmonella at Lactalis. The weekly reveals that the controllers of the Departmental Directorate of social cohesion and the protection of populations (DDCSPP) saw nothing during a routine inspection carried out in September in the factory …

Ahuillé: Five People Involved in a Collision

Two cars are struck in Ahuillé, Sunday 31st December at 7.30pm on the main road D32 at Ahuillé. Five people were transported to the Laval hospital for tests. Five people were involved in an accident between two cars which took place Sunday 31st December at 7.30pm, on the main road D32 at a place called Ker …

Winds: 400 Homes without Power in Mayenne

About 400 homes were without electricity since Tuesday night because of the wind, in Mayenne which reaches more than 90 km/h. The Enedis agents must intervene in the morning. The winds from the Atlantic coast blowing over France. In Mayenne, 400 homes were without electricity since Tuesday evening said the prefecture. Vents violents en #Mayenne. Environ 400 foyers privés …

Lactalis: Technical Unemployment for Some of the Employees of Craon

Partial unemployment measures will affect some employees of the plant in Craon (Mayenne). Lactalis production site is indeed stopped since the 8th December, following the discovery of contaminated baby milk with salmonella. A spokesman of the Lactalis group announced yesterday to AFP that the details of these partial unemployment measures would be known  “in the coming days” . …

Lactalis: Two Hotlines to Answer Questions

To respond to the many calls, call centres have been opened by Lactalis and the General Directorate for Health (DGS). They are led by health specialists. Salmonella: how the helpline numbers? To cope with the crisis of Salmonella that affects Lactalis products,  two hotlines have been installed, the Directorate General of Health (0800 636 636) and that of …