Product recall: cheeses contaminated with Listeria sold throughout France

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Two cheeses are recalled in several French supermarkets. They would potentially be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

Reminder Conso alert this Wednesday, May 4 on the potential presence of the Lysteria bacterium in two cheeses marketed throughout France. These are 230g Hauts de France cobblestones and diced abbey cheeses. As a reminder, Listeria can lead to listeriosis, a disease that can be serious and whose incubation period can be up to eight weeks.

The first recalled product is therefore a 230g Hauts de France pavé, marketed during the period from April 19, 2022 to May 04, 2022 in Carrefour, Système U and Intermarché stores.

Three lots are affected by this recall:

– Lot 5500855I, whose date of minimum durability is between 08/05/2022 and 13/05/2022

– Lot 5A0675AI, whose date of minimum durability is between 05/11/2022 and 05/16/2022

– Lot 5903059I, whose minimum durability date is between 05/14/2022 and 05/16/2022

The second product concerned, diced abbey cheese, is part of lot 54001545, for which the use-by date is June 28, 2022. The trays were marketed from April 16 to April 26, 2022, in Auchan, Atac, Leclerc, Système U, Intermarché and Cora supermarkets.

If you have purchased these products, do not consume them, destroy them, or bring them back “to the point of sale”, specifies Rappel-Conso. A refund will be offered to you.

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