Listeria. Charcuterie recalled by certain supermarkets throughout France

While the French are preparing end-of-year meals and perhaps planning to gather around a raclette, several sheets have been published by the Rappel conso site about charcuterie potentially contaminated with listeria monocytogenes. The products have been marketed in recent weeks in many major French retailers.

This is the case of white ham, sold by Auchan and its partners between 5 and 13 December 2022. The article in question is “defatted rindless superior ham”, vacuum packed in four slices. It has lot number 1129104 and barcode 3596710353217.

Do not ingest

The Père Anselme brand is also recalling two products: cooked ham (lot 33648 / barcode 2333404000000) and marbled Burgundy ham (lot 33348 / barcode 23334420). They were marketed by Carrefour, E. Leclerc, Super U and certain butchers and retailers, from the beginning of December until this Monday. The cooked ham was sold in the charcuterie department by carving and the parsley ham was vacuum packed in packages of 2.2 to 2.5 kg.

“Persons who have consumed the above products and who have fever, isolated or accompanied by headache and body pain, are encouraged to consult their doctor and report this consumption.”, indicates power reminder. Customers may no longer consume these hams and may return to the point of sale for a refund.

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