Salmonella: beware, a potentially contaminated raw ham recalled throughout France


The Rappel Conso site warns of a raw ham that could contain salmonella.

Buitoni pizzas, Kinder chocolates, bread, cheeses… consumption reminders follow one another and worry the French. And now it’s the turn of smoked raw hams from Alsace to be recalled after the detection of the presence of salmonellasaid the government site dedicated to product recalls, Rappel Conso.

What is the affected product and where is it marketed?

The recalled product is “Hammon cru smoked d’Alsace superieur demi” from the Maurer brand. He was marketed between March 30 and April 7, 2022 throughout France. This product is sold at Colruyt Retail France in Jura, at Cooperative U in Mulhouse (68), at Delas in Haute-Savoie, at Boucherie de la source in Lozère and at Vents d’est Anatol in Haute-Garonne. He is wearing lot number 22059.

What precautions should be taken?

In its health recommendations, Reminder Conso advises consumers not to consume the product and to destroy it.

For those with symptoms related to the presence of salmonella, namely “gastrointestinal disorders (diarrhea, vomiting) of sudden onset often accompanied by fever and headaches”, it is advisable to consult their doctor while indicating the consumption of these products. Still according to Rappel Conso, the symptoms linked to the presence of salmonella can be “more pronounced in young children, pregnant women, immunocompromised individuals and the elderly“.

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Consumers who purchased this product can be refunded. The contact number: 08 05 38 57 49.


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