Various batches of cooked smoked chickens sold in several supermarkets in France are the subject of a product recall. In question, a suspicion of the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes.
Be more and more vigilant. Not a day goes by without a product recall affecting a food. Proof of this is this Monday, October 24. Batches of cooked smoked chickens sold in various French supermarkets are recalled by several distributors.
Which products are affected?
The recall concerns smoked cooked chicken. These products were marketed between 17/10/2022 and 22/10/2022 at several retail brands, everywhere in France : Lidl, Aldi, Franprix, Casino. Some supermarkets in Brittany are also affected by this product recall. The reason for their recall: suspicion and/or presence of Listeria monocytogenes.
The affected products are:
- Smoked cooked chicken 1.25kg L’Étal du Poulier, GTIN 220618000000, Lot 5412190087, Use-by date 09/11/2022
- Smoked cooked chicken 1.25kg L’Étal du Poulier GTIN 220618000000, Lot 5412190135, Use-by date 09/11/2022
- Smoked cooked chicken 1.5 kg Leader Price (variable weight), GTIN 0285847000000, Lot 5412190095, Use-by date 07/11/2022, Health mark FR 56 017 002 CE
- Smoked cooked chicken Corril, Lot 5412190071, Best before date 07/11/2022, Health mark FR 56.017.002 CE
- Chicken smoked in beechwood with the Tous Les Jours brand, Lot 5412190093, Best before date 07/11/2022, Health brand FR 56 017 002 CE
- Chicken smoked with beechwood Breeder of the west, GTIN 3276724209013, Lot 5412190094, Use-by date 07/11/2022, Health mark FR 56 017 002 CE
Netto Vitré, Inter Briec de l’Odet, Hyper U Combourg, Inter Chantepie, Leclerc Lanester, Netto Sarah Bernhardt, Super U Muzillac, Inter Bubry, Inter Bain de Bretagne, Netto Séné
- Ronsard Ovalys beech wood smoked chicken, Lot 5412190115, Best before date 09/11/2022, Health mark FR 56 017 002 CE
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What are the symptoms ?
For people who have consumed one of these batches and who are showing symptoms following: fever, headache and body aches, it is recommended to “consult their attending physician and inform him of this consumption”. Listeriosis is a disease that can have an incubation period of up to eight weeks and lead to neurological complications and maternal or fetal damage in pregnant women.
What if you have it at home?
If you have any of these products at home, the Conso Reminder website (the government site which lists all the recalls of finished products intended for consumers) advises to do not consume the productdestroy it and bring it back to the storeat the nearest point of sale, in order to proceed with a refund.
More information on the Rappel Conso website, but also by telephone for certain distributors:
- Lidl: 0188247070
- Franprix: 0970171000
Want to know more about the health risks of food recalls, refer to our guide to food recalls.
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