Salmonella: a potentially contaminated raw ham recalled throughout France

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A raw ham is recalled throughout France. (© Adobe Stock)

It’s a new product recall, but this time it concerns raw ham.

The Rappel Conso site indicates that a raw ham distributed in several regions of France is recalled due to the potential presence of Salmonella.

What is the affected product?

The recalled product is the “Smoked raw ham of Alsace superior half” of the brand Maurer.

It was marketed between March 30 and April 7, 2022 in the whole of France. If no sign is indicated, there are many distributors: Colruyt retail France (Jura), Cooperative U Enseigne Mulhouse (Haut-Rhin), Le Delas (Val-de-Marne), Boucherie de la Source (Lozère) and Vents d ‘East Anatol (Haute-Garonne).

The bar code for this ham is as follows: 3301091085653. Its batch number: 22059. Sold vacuum-packed, the use-by date of the product is June 13, 2022.

What has to be done

The government site indicates that it no longer need to consume the product. A refund will be operated on for the return of this raw ham. The end of the recall procedure is scheduled for July 15.

A contact number is at your disposal if needed: 0805385749

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Should I consult a doctor?

“Foodborne infections caused by Salmonella, which may be present in this ham, result in gastrointestinal upset,” notes the product’s recall sheet.

This may be diarrhea or vomiting, often accompanied by fevers and headaches. Symptoms usually arrive 6 to 72 hours after consuming the product and may be even more pronounced in young children, pregnant women, immunocompromised individuals and the elderly.

If you have consumed this product and you have these symptoms, it is better to consult his doctor by notifying him of the consumption.

On the other hand, if, seven days after eating it, no symptoms appear, there is no need to worry.

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