Recall of a batch of Herta brand ham as well as a Monoprix brand reblochon for suspected contamination by listeria bacteria. – RecallConso
Herta brand hams are subject to a recall for the possible presence of the listeria bacteria, alerts the RecallConso site. This concerns lot 1265084101 whose barcode is 7613035336100 and the use-by date is set at 09/22/2021. This reference is distributed by SystÃ¨me U, Leclerc, Monoprix, Metro, Leader Price, IntermarchÃ ©, Francap, Atac, Schiever, Carrefour, Casino and Franprix. Consumers in possession of this product are encouraged to contact customer service or destroy it.
In addition, another recall concerns the half-reblochon with raw milk of the Monoprix brand, also likely to be contaminated by the listeria bacteria, the platform reports: this includes all the batches whose barcode begins by 0200008 and the best before date is between 08/07/2021 and 09/01/2021. This product is distributed in all Monoprix stores. Consumers in possession of this product are encouraged to return it to the point of sale or to destroy it.
People who have consumed one of these products “and who present fever, isolated or accompanied by headaches, and muscle aches, are invited to consult their doctor. processing by notifying him of this consumption “, we inform on Recall Conso. The listeria bacteria is responsible for listeriosis, a disease “which can be serious and has an incubation period of up to eight weeks.” Pregnant women, immunocompromised people and the elderly are called to be particularly vigilant.
The AppelConso platform, launched last April by the government, brings together on a single website all alerts related to dangerous or defective products. Companies are now required to declare their recall notices on the platform.