Yoghurt recall in major supermarkets across France

The affected products should not be eaten for risk of digestive irritation

Natural stirred yoghurts sold in major supermarkets across France have been recalled
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Natural stirred yoghurts sold in major supermarkets across France have been recalled due to a risk of digestive irritation if consumed.

Plain stirred yoghurt products by the brand Activia are listed on the Rappel Conso site – a government platform for reporting product alerts and recalls.

The products affected by this recall are packs of eight Activia Brassé Nature with a production time between 10:40 and 12:25 coded on the lids of the pots. The barcode number is 3033490699833 and the sell by date 09/11/2023.

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The non-conformity of the yoghurts may be visible as soon as the pot is opened (liquid texture like milk) making the products unfit for consumption (risk of irritation if swallowed).

No other batches of this product or any other Activia brand references are affected by this recall.

Major supermarkets affected

The affected products were sold in most major supermarkets across all regions of France, including:

  • Auchan
  • Crossroads
  • Casino
  • Leclerc
  • Intermarché
  • U System
  • Monoprix
  • Cora

You can find more information about the products recalled on the Rappel Conso website’s dairy section here.

If you have purchased the product you are advised not to consume but to throw it away or take it back to the store. Affected consumers will be able to receive a refund or make an exchange.

A telephone number (0 800 00 37 98) has been set up to contact consumer service. The end date for the recall procedure has been set for Saturday, November 11, 2023.

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