Sausages sold in several stores in France have been reported by Rappel Conso. As the government site said, four lots are affected. Here’s everything you need to know about this recall.
Reminder of four sausages
The government site Rappel Conso informs that a dry sausage is the subject of a recall. According to the information shared, the product contains pieces of glass. This is why the site urges consumers to be very careful.
For information, the sausage which is the subject of a recall is a dry sausage with hazelnuts from the Le Galibier brand. It has been sold all over France through several distributors including Système U, Carrefour, Auchan, Casino, Leclerc, Provera, Intermarché, etc. Here are the four lots affected by this recall:
- 3,375,220,021,218 (GTIN), 21,094,060 (lot)
- 3,375,220,021,218 (GTIN), 21,034,044 (lot)
- 3,375,220,021,218 (GTIN), 21,094,059 (lot)
- 3,375,220,021,218 (GTIN), 21,052,040 (lot)
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As Rappel Conso explained, people who have these four batches in their possession should not consume them under any circumstances. The fact is that it can lead to injuries and adverse effects. What to do if you have any at home is destroy them, or bring them back to the store for a refund.
Recall of some batches of cheeses
Before the sausages, Rappel Conso had informed that batches of cheeses are subject to a recall. These cheeses were sold in several stores in France and are likely to contain listeria monocytogenes. Here is the list of lots affected by the recall:
- GTIN 3 151 820 423 597 Lot D21020011
- GTIN 3 151 820 423 931 Lot D21020011
- GTIN 3 151 820 445 032 Lot D21020011
Note that the cheeses in question are Saint-Nectaire farmhouses. If you have it at home, do not consume it, because as Rappel Conso explained, the product could cause serious infections. Throw them away or bring them back to the store for a refund. You can also contact the consumer service or the contact number indicated on the government site if you have any doubts.
Rappel Conso also recommends that those who have already consumed the cheeses affected by the recall and who “have a fever, isolated or accompanied by headaches, and body aches” to contact their doctor as soon as possible, notifying him of the consumption.
On the site, it is also stated that listeriosis is a serious disease with an incubation period of up to 8 weeks. Elderly or immunocompromised people, as well as pregnant women who suffer from it, can present “neurological complications and maternal or fetal damage”. Reason why they must be extremely careful.
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Batches of Kinder chocolates are recalled
In April, the DGCCRF informed consumers that Kinder chocolates from Belgium are subject to a recall. Manufactured at the Arlon factory, the chocolates in question would have been contaminated with salmonella. Here is the list of Kinder affected by the recall:
- Kinder Mini Eggs and Kinder Mini Eggs mix
- Kinder Schoko-Bons milk and white
- Kinder Surprise 20g
- Kinder Advent Calendar
- kinder cocoa
- kinder hazelnut
- kinder milk
- Kinder Happy Moments
- Kinder Advent Calendar
- Layer Cake
The products on this list should not be consumed even before the expiration date, as they can lead to serious health problems. The thing to do, if you have some at home, is to take a photo of the references on the packaging, then send the photo to Ferrero’s address.
You will be able to get reimbursed. Once done, get rid of the products to prevent them from falling into the hands of other people. To limit the risk of transmission, the DGCCRF recommends washing your hands well with soap and water after going to small places.
In addition, to keep you informed of product recalls, you can consult the Rappel Conso site at any time. The site lists various information on the recalled products (batch numbers, photos, point of sale, use-by date, etc.). Note that the site in question was launched in April 2021 at the initiative of the government.
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