notice to consumers, power bags They are sold in many supermarkets in France subject to a withdrawal. It should not be eaten as much as you can It leads to listeriosis.
Sacks of power are affected by summoning
Callback actions no longer stop. Not a day goes by without a product being reported. Recently, bags of power have been withdrawn. It was for sale at Monoprix Stores from France and in Leclerc . Selling Points.
The return procedure is for two products. First, there are 125-gram bags of “oak leaf” salad from the Monoprix brand. Then there are the 125g bags “Our Garden”. They were in supermarket shelves Between July 6 and July 13, 2022. These products are not for consumption, because they are contaminated Listeria monocytogenes.
Here are the affected groups:
- Batch 40325125, which has international GTIN item code 3350030184063. Products from this batch have a usage date of July 13, 2022.
- Lot number 40325127, which has the international GTIN component code 3564700632260L. The minimum durability date for products from this batch is July 13, 2022.
Listeria risk: Monoprix and Leclerc call authorities across France https://t.co/RjRIl5CkfR pic.twitter.com/07i104unjk
southwest 21 July 2022
Be careful with the authorities
People who have recently purchased salad packs should continue to Verification. If the products in your home contain the above references, it is best to stop using them.
There are two solutions available to you. Either destroy them or bring them back to the point of sale. This way you can get your money back. For those who would like more information, the Monoprix consumer service can be reached at 0800084000 And those of Leclerc in 0800865286.
Note that listeriosis is a serious disease. These symptoms are manifested by Fever isolated or accompanied by headache and body aches. This is why you must be careful. If you have consumed Products infected with ListeriaIt is necessary to consult a doctor quickly to inform him of the consumption.
Ice cream sticks reminder
Recently, ice cream sticks I talked about it too. the reason ? Their cream contains bits of wood from the sticks used to hold them.
The recall concerns Adélie brand ice packs. They were sold all over France in Intermarché stores. as pointed out Drinking reminderThe respective payments are:
- Batch number 040 22 / (GTIN) 3250392888428. The best date before products from this batch is August 7, 2024.
- Batch number 104 22 / (GTIN) 3250392888428. The minimum durability date for products from this group is October 10, 2024.
- Batch 167 22 / (GTIN) 3250392888428. The expiration date for products in this group is December 12, 2024.
Ice cream sticks that have the above references Not consumable. If you have any at home, you should throw them away or return them to the point of sale for a refund. If in doubt, you can also call consumer service From Intermarche.
– Digital Digital # CES2022 (DailyDigital) 15 July 2022
Rye flour has been recovered
Like ice cream sticks and salads, rye flour also undergoes a recall procedure. The products were on sale in northern France, in Belgium and in Mouscron. Above all, do not consume them, because the amountergot alkaloid They contain great importance.
As indicated on the Rappel Conso website, the flour was traded in Several stores. Among the stores it offered for sale: Debaes stelandre in Nieppe, l’atelier d’Olivier, Azade, Another World, BBG2 and Chez Orchies.
Note that the recall is for one piece only. This is the batch 0404220045 Which contains the international element code (GTIN) 328645000792. If the flour you purchased bears the same references, you should no longer use it in your cooking preparations. You must dispose of it or return it to the store Get a refund.
People who have consumed the products should Consult a doctor as soon as possible. The fact is that ergot alkaloid is a toxic substance that can lead to serious health problems.
Organic Ray Flour – Mullein Sauce
Hazards: other chemical contaminants
Reason: risk of ergot alkaloids in concentration above the regulatory limit pic.twitter.com/ZJ0TiQmEKd
– Consumption Reminder (Consum Reminder) 11 July 2022