Carrefour and Leclerc recall fish everywhere in France


Vigilance if you have recently bought fish in the supermarket. After the scandals that have plagued the Buitoni and Ferrero brands in recent weeks, Carrefour and Leclerc are recalling batches of fish in all their stores. These are precisely “smoked haddock fillets” in a 200g vacuum-packed tray. They are marketed under the Bourgain et Fils brand, indicates Rappel Conso.

The batch concerned is 133135 and its barcode is 3284570002139. Its use-by date was set at 04/23/2022. The smoked haddock punnets have been on sale since April 2.

The two retail giants are recalling these batches for a risk of the presence of listeria monocytogene, one of the agents responsible for listeriosis. As with each recall, it is requested not to consume the products, return them to the point of sale or destroy them and contact customer service. A refund will also be made to you in store.

If you have ever been confronted with symptoms such as fever, headache or body aches, you should consult a doctor as soon as possible. Listeria can be very dangerous for pregnant women and cause neurological complications or maternal and fetal damage. Immunocompromised people and the elderly are also at risk.

Barely a week ago, the Lactalis group recalled 24,000 cheeses for the same reasons with “a probable source of contamination”. (…)

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