The latest European food crisis struck only this week when a contaminated batch of paté killed two in France ­ one of them a newborn baby infected in the womb. Four other cases of listeria poisoning have been linked to the same batch of meat produced by Société Coudray, a company based in Sarthe in north west France. The company's products have been removed from supermarket shelves across Europe and the factory closed for disinfecting. Officials from the National Office of Public Health Surveillance said the bacteria was found in pork tongue and pots and slices of rilette ­ a coarsely chopped pâté in which fat is added. {{NEWS }}