After the Buitoni pizzas or the Kinder chocolates, it is the turn of the bouillon cubes to find themselves in the sights of the health authorities. Some of them are subject to a recall procedure.
Contaminated bouillon cubes are currently being recalled throughout France. According to the Rappel Consommateur website, the product that is the subject of this recall procedure is the pack of eight vegetable broths without salt and without gluten from the Jardin Bio brand. It was marketed between April 12 and December 3 in all Auchan, Carrefour, Casino, Vival, Atac, Spar, Casino, Cora, E.Leclerc, Franprix, Intermarché, Netto, Leader Price, Système U, G20 stores. , Coccimarket and Diagonal. These are lots 10082022 and 221110 with international item code (GTIN) 3760020505936. Although the lots concerned are no longer for sale today, it is quite possible that you still have some in stock in your cupboards since use-by dates are August 10 and November 10.
Already last February
But they are not the only ones. Last February, other packets of bouillon cubes were targeted by health authorities for the same reasons. Given the long shelf life of this type of product, chances are you have a few cubes left in the back of your cupboard. These were salt-free vegetable broths with herbs and olive oil from the Knorr brand and dehydrated beef broths from the Auchan Pouce brand. The first were marketed between June 10 and November 16 in all Carrefour, Cora, Aldi, Auchan, ITM, Casino, Francap, Monoprix, Leclerc and Système U stores. international article (GTIN) 8710522940648 and 3011360031853. The beef broths, for their part, were sold in all Auchan stores in France and would present as international article code 3596710455461.