Be careful if you have recently bought smoked fish at Auchan, Cora and Intermarché. The three distributors are recalling two batches of smoked halibut punnets from the Fumage du Val de Lys brand. It is salted fish by hand with dry salt, “smoked at low temperature in beech wood guaranteed never frozen” and made in Hauts-de-France.
The barcodes of the products are as follows: 3346890003231 and 3346890005655, and the batch concerned on: 22070044, with an expiry date (DLC) set at 03/31/2022, details Rappel Conso . The trays concerned were marketed between March 15 and March 17, 2022 and could contain listeria monocytogenes, the agents responsible for listeriosis.
As always, it is advisable not to consume the product and return it to the store for a refund. The manufacturer recalls the risks of listeriosis, namely symptoms such as fever, possible headaches or body aches. If you noticed these symptoms after consuming the product, it is best to consult your doctor so as not to develop serious forms. This can be particularly serious in pregnant women and immunocompromised people.
There have been many listeria-related recalls since the beginning of the year. In February alone, Intermarché, Cora and Leclerc had recalled cheese just like Auchan, ten days later, before Leclerc turned to salmon. Bacon had also been withdrawn from commerce in mid-March.