Carrefour cordons bleus recalled in France over plastic content risk

People who consume the chicken products could sustain ‘injuries’ from pieces of plastic contained within

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Packs of chicken cordons bleus are being recalled to Carrefour supermarkets across France because of a risk of “injury” or other “undesirable effects” linked to pieces of plastic which may have found their way into the product.

Government information service RappelConso states that the items concerned are:

  • Cordons bleu de poulet x2

  • 200g in weight

  • From Carrefour

  • With the GTIN code 3560071012489

  • With the batch number 29022095B

  • With the use-by date: April 30 2022

  • And the health mark FR 29.236.010 CE

  • Sold between April 6 and April 26

If you have bought this product, you are advised not to eat it but to instead take it back to the shop where you will be given a refund. If you do not return it, you should throw it away.

Carrefour has set up a helpline for people affected by this issue, which can be accessed at 0805 900 022. Callers will be charged their local rate for calls made between 09:00 and 19:00, Monday to Saturday.

The recall procedure will end on May 11, 2022.

Further information can be found on the RappelConso website.

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