Massive recall of smoked salmon throughout France: here is the lot not to consume
A batch of smoked salmon, marketed in Leclerc and Carrefour stores, was recalled by Santé Publique France this Monday, January 30, due to the presence of listeria bacteria.
A product not to be consumed under any circumstances. This Monday, the site Drink reminder alerted to the presence of the listeria bacteria in a batch of “Ronde des mers” smoked salmon, sold in Leclerc and Carrefour stores.
This is a 300 gram pack consisting of eight slices of salmon farmed in Norway.
SMOKED SALMON FARMED IN NORWAY ASC – 8 SLICES – 300G – ROUND OF THE SEAS
Risks: Listeria monocytogenes (causative agent of listeriosis)
Reason: Risk of presence of Listeria monocytogenes in the product.https://t.co/0iCiUkpIyX pic.twitter.com/yMBL7N2neQ
– ReminderConso (@RemConso) January 30, 2023
The batch concerned bears the number 01436020 and the barcode 3564700016336. Its health mark is FR 29.105.501 CE. The packets were sold from December 28, 2022 to January 28, 2023. Their use-by date is between January 23 and 29.
It is thus advised to those who bought the product not to consume it and to bring it back to the point of sale in order to obtain a refund. The recall procedure will end on March 28.