Do not eat this salad sold in the supermarket

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Product recalls continue. A salad sold at Monoprix has been recalled across France. The latter will show traces of Listeria bacteria.

Not a day goes by without a new product being added to the long list of product recalls. After eggs, sliced ​​brioche, vanilla ice cream, terrines or cat food; its turnA bag of monoprix salad withdraw

In this time of heatwave, it’s pretty easy to eat those bags of supermarket salad. Fresh produce that allows us to prepare our own mixed salad without spending a lot of time in the kitchen. Only here, one of these salads in sachets sold in all monoprix in France, should no longer be consumed due to the presence of Listeria monocytogenes bacteria.

Which products are affected?

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Withdrawal anxiety Monoprix brand oak leaf 125g and our garden from Leclerc. These products were marketed throughout France between 06/07/2022 and 13/07/2022. Reasons for his remembrance: Listeria presence.

The supplier reported the presence of the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes Causes health problems. Among the symptoms detected: “fever, intermittent or headache and body aches”. He adds that “severe forms, including neurological complications and maternal or fetal harm, can sometimes occur in pregnant women”. For individuals experiencing any of these symptoms, it is strongly recommended to consult their doctor.

The affected products are as follows:

  • GTIN 3350030184063, Lot 40325125, Best Before 07/13/2022
  • GTIN 3564700632260L: Lot 40325127 Use-Date 07/13/2022

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What if at home?

If you have a plastic bag of these salads in your fridge, the Rappel Conso site (the official site that lists recalls of all finished products made for consumers) advises you not to use it, destroy it or destroy it. Take it back to the store to the nearest point of sale to proceed with a refund.

More information on the Rappel Conso website, but phone 0800084000 for Monoprix products and 0800865286 for Leclerc products.

To learn more about the health risks of food withdrawal, read our food withdrawal guide.

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