A recall has been launched for pork stew in trays sold in self-service in the Leclerc Montauban-rayon Sapiac butcher shop.
The product recall in question is part of lot 21542555, with a best before date of May 4, 2022. (GTIN Code: 3266110044274). The trays were available for purchase from April 16-21.
If you bought them, don’t eat or drink them, and return them to the store’s front desk for a refund, according to Recall-Conso.
Despite our efforts, the Montalban company refused to answer our questions, directing us to the company’s national communication agency, Babel. An agency which, for the moment, was no longer able to provide precise information.
pork cheek – kermene
Risks: Other risk
Reason: presence of salmonellahttps://t.co/6kzk6JfLEe pic.twitter.com/fIkK4HeCyb
— Consum Reminder (@Consum Reminder) April 29, 2022
According to our research, this meat comes from the distributor (Leclerc Sodibag in Montauban). It was the local retailer who reported the event without a prefectural order being issued.
For any information, a number is available to consumers: 05 63 63 62 66.
Product recall: these sausages sold in supermarkets must not be consumed!
The black series continues for the food industry: product recalls have continued to multiply in recent days in France. The latest concerns dry sausages sold at Carrefour. They are likely to contain salmonella. Here’s what you need to know.
After pizzas, pistachios and chicken, it’s the turn of an essential aperitif product to be recalled. Some dry Beaufort sausages sold at Carrefour are affected and may contain salmonella, the bacteria responsible for salmonellosis and typhoid and paratyphoid fever. These products should not be consumed.
What products are affected?
The recall concerns 180g Beaufort dry sausages sold at Carrefour under the Alliance Producteur brand. Marketed since 05/23/2022 throughout France, the products are packaged in perforated film, according to Rappel Conso, the government site which lists all recalls of finished products intended for consumers.
The bags concerned are those of lots 13922 and 14022 and bear the international item code (GTIN) 3498301003320. The expiry dates are 07/18/2022 and 07/19/2022, but the sausage must not be consumed even before this date.
What if you have it at home?
If you are in possession of one of these products, the Rappel Conso site advises you not to consume it and to bring it back to the nearest point of sale in order to be reimbursed. If in doubt, you can also contact consumer service on 0474700418 (freephone). The end date of the recall procedure is set for Tuesday, July 19, 2022.
Beaufort dry sausage 180g VPF – Alliance Producteur
Risks: Salmonella spp (causative agent of salmonellosis)
Reason: Unsatisfactory bacteriological test: salmonella detectedhttps://t.co/klUbuHs4Vv pic.twitter.com/QTwEzg3zrZ
— Consum Reminder (@Consum Reminder) May 24, 2022
Reminder Conso also recalls: Food poisoning due to salmonella results in sudden gastrointestinal disorders (diarrhoea, vomiting), often accompanied by fever and headaches, which generally occur 6 to 72 hours after consumption of contaminated products.
These symptoms may be more pronounced in young children, pregnant women, immunocompromised people and the elderly. People who have consumed these products and have these symptoms are invited to consult their doctor and report their consumption.
In the absence of symptoms within 7 days of consuming the affected products, there is no need to worry and consult a doctor. If the product must be cooked before consumption: cooking products (boiled eggs, pastries, poultry meat, etc.) at a temperature of +65°C destroys these bacteria and prevents the consequences of this contamination.