Norwegian smoked salmon sold in Casino stores is being recalled across France because of a risk that it is contaminated with listeria.
The product in question, called ‘Saumon fumé élevé en Norvège’, is from Casino’s own range and was sold in 16 or 18-slice packs weighing 650g.
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Saumon fumé élevé en Norvège 650g Casino - CASINO
Risques : Listeria monocytogenes (agent responsable de la listériose)
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It has the:
Batch number 72347090
GTIN code 3222477432444
Health mark FR 76.240.003 CE
Expiry date January 10 or January 13
It was sold between December 17 and January 5.
The salmon may be contaminated with listeria, a bacteria which causes listeriosis, which is particularly dangerous to pregnant women, the elderly and immunosuppressed people. The incubation period can last up to eight weeks.
People who have bought the product should not consume it and should instead take it back to the shop for a refund.
If you have consumed the salmon and you begin to experience a fever, either isolated or with a headache, you should contact your doctor and explain what you have eaten.
The recall will come to an end on January 20.
A helpline has been made available on 0800 133 016.
You can find out more about the recall procedure on the Rappel Conso website.
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