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Supermarket cooked ham recalled across France due to listeria risk

The batches were sold at Leclerc, Auchan, Intermarché and Casino between January 10 and 20

Sliced cooked ham arranged on a wooden board

The sliced ham from the brand Brocéliande has been recalled due to a risk of listeriosis infection Pic: Amarita / Shutterstock

Batches of cooked ham sold at supermarkets Leclerc, Auchan, Intermarché and Casino have been recalled across France due to a suspected listeria risk.

The ham is made by manufacturer Brocéliande ALH.

The alert was issued this week by the government website RappelConso, due to a risk of listeria monocytogenes (which causes listeriosis). 

People who have bought the ham are advised not to eat it, and to either dispose of it or return it to the original point of sale for a refund.

Anyone who has already eaten the ham and experienced symptoms of listeriosis are advised to consult their doctor and let them know they have eaten the ham.

The incubation period for listeriosis can last as long as eight weeks, so people should remain alert, it said.

Listeriosis is an infection that can cause severe issues in pregnancy or in people with a weak immune system (such as those with other conditions or currently undergoing treatment such as chemotherapy).

In most people, it has mild symptoms and goes away on its own, but symptoms can include a high temperature, aches, nausea, diarrhoea, and chills. It is diagnosed with a blood test performed by a health professional, and treated with antibiotics.

The recall is set to last until February 2, 2022.

Consumers can call the helpline on 06 60 36 63 96 for any other questions.

Full details of the ham recall are as follows:

  • Product name: “Jambon cuit supérieur DD fabrication sans nitrite” four slices, 200g. 

  • Product name: “Jambon cuit supérieur Torchon sans antibiotique dès la naissance”, six slices,  300g

  • Brand: Brocéliande

  • GTIN code: 3700133916298 / Lot 01042180 / Use-by date: 26/01/2022 and 27/01/2022

  • GTIN code: 3700133916298 / Lot 01043738 / Use-by date: 30/01/2022

  • GTIN code: 3700133913563 / Lot 01042051 / Use-by date: 28/01/2022 and 31/01/2022

  • GTIN code: 3700133913563 / Lot 01043321 / Use-by date: 02/02/2022

  • GTIN code 3700133913563 / Lot 01045204 / Use-by date: 04/02/2022

  • Sold between: 10/01/2022 and 20/01/2022

  • Sanitation mark: FR 14 752 020 CE

The recall comes less than three weeks after two kinds of cheese were also recalled from supermarkets in France due to a risk of the same infection.

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