Salmonella: Carrefour recalls two batches of Beaufort sausage

This must absolutely not be served as an aperitif. Carrefour is recalling two batches of dry Beaufort sausage due to significant health risks. Traces of salmonella were detected. The brand promises to reimburse customers who have purchased them.

Lots 13922 and 14022, product identification number 3498301003320 and product identification number 3498301003320, are affected. The first batch has a date of minimum durability on 07/18/2022, the second on 07/19/2022. Both are manufactured by the Ogier establishment. They are packaged in transparent plastic and have a black and orange label.

Salmonella is an enterobacteria that promises salmonellosis, a disease characterized by gastrointestinal disorders (diarrhea, vomiting) of sudden onset, often accompanied by fever and headaches which generally occur 6 to 72 hours after consumption of contaminated products. .

“These symptoms may be more pronounced in young children, pregnant women, immunocompromised individuals and the elderly. People who have consumed these products and who have these symptoms are invited to consult their doctor by reporting this consumption, “says the government’s food recall platform, Rappel Conso, launched in 2021.

Several Carrefours in France market this product. A list is available here. If you have consumed this product and no symptoms appear within 7 days, there is no need to worry. Last April, numerous food scandals raised fears of a safety defect on the part of manufacturers. However, the various incidents (Buitoni, Kinder, etc.) were unrelated.

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