Notice to sausage lovers, some batches are affected by a recall procedure. They were marketed almost everywhere in France. And this, in several department stores. Consumers are therefore urged to be careful.
The batches concerned
Sausages have been recalled because they are contaminated with salmonella. The products were released in several stores between June 21 and July 4, 2022. Here are some details about them:
- Toulouse-style pure duck sausage from Le Grenier des Gastronomes: sold at Intermarché, Super U and E.Leclerc outlets. The product comes from lot 22171301 which has the international item code (GTIN) 370058705400.
- Les Thomasines brand chipolata-style pure duck sausages: sold in E.Leclerc, Carrefour Market and Carrefour Contact stores. The products are from batch 22171301 and have the international item code (GTIN) 370058705400.
Toulouse-style pure duck sausage – Toulouse-style pure duck sausage
Risks: Salmonella spp (causative agent of salmonellosis)
Reason: detection of salmonellahttps://t.co/cPSFrvfwgD pic.twitter.com/CSBCv1YdvJ
— Consum Reminder (@Consum Reminder) July 4, 2022
These products should never be consumed. The people who bought them are asked to destroy them or bring them back to the store in order to proceed with a refund. Otherwise, they can also reach the consumer service at 0675653822 in case of doubt.
Note that contamination with salmonella can lead to fever, gastrointestinal disorders and headaches. That’s why you have to be vigilant and check your sausages carefully if you’ve bought any recently. Also, people who have consumed the products and who have the symptoms mentioned above, are asked to inform their doctors.
Turkey cutlets affected by a recall
Several batches of turkey cutlets are affected by a recall procedure. The products are recalled because they contain metallic and plastic foreign bodies. They were marketed in several Aldi, Lidl and Auchan stores. The lots affected by the recall are:
- Lot 0342125760, which has the international item code (GTIN) 26007472. The turkey cutlets from this lot are from the Corril brand and were sold at Aldi. The minimum durability date for the products is July 11, 2022.
- Lots 0342125760, 0342125760, and 0342125585, which have item code 3291980483175. The products from these lots are from the L’Etat du Poulier brand, and were sold at Lidl. The use-by dates are set for July 10 and 11, 2022.
- Lot 0342125760 which has the article (GTIN) 3 571 320 013 676. The products from the lot are halal turkey cutlets. They were marketed at Lidl. The minimum durability date for the products is July 11.
HALAL Turkey Cutlets x3 – Unbranded (“Halal”)
Risks: Inert (glass, metal, plastic, paper, textile, etc.)
Reason: A risk of the presence of plastic and metallic foreign bodies has been highlighted.https://t.co/HT6icohZpw pic.twitter.com/OM8MccZgUW
— Consum Reminder (@Consum Reminder) June 29, 2022
Turkey cutlets from these batches are non-edible due to the risk of injury. Those who bought them must throw them away or bring them back to the point of sale to obtain a refund. It is also possible to contact 02 33 30 34 00 in case of doubt.
Recall of several packets of white sugar
Several packets of white sugar are subject to a recall procedure. In question, they could contain pieces of glass. The boxes were sold in several stores in France between March 7 and April 5, 2022. We give you the list of departments where the products were put on sale.
Here they are :
- Lot et Garonne (47)
- Lot (46)
- Tarn-et-Garonne (82)
- Tarn (82)
- Upper Garonne (31)
- Ariège (09)
- Aveyron (12)
- Cantal (15)
- The Gers (32)
Only one lot is affected by the recall. It has number 0202 O 2 059 and international item code (GTIN) 3 410 280 043 678. People who have purchased the packets of white sugar from this batch should not consume them. They risk getting hurt. What they can do is throw them away or return them to the store for a refund. Contacting customer service is also an option.
Those who wish to consult the list of all the products affected by a recall in France can go to the Rappel Conso website. It was designed by the DGCCRF or Directorate General for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Prevention in April 2021. Almost all product categories are listed there except drugs.