Recalls of food products that pose a health risk to consumers are currently linked. Since Monday, Intermarché has been recalling turkey and burrata, according to reports capital.
Several batches of Arrivé brand turkey strips were affected, says the site remind. conso.gov. Sold between February 22 and March 1 in all Intermarché stores in France, these sets were likely contaminated with salmonella, which can sometimes cause serious gastrointestinal upsets.
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Customers who have purchased this product must not consume it and may return it to the store for a refund. The recall procedure will expire on March 14. If turkey slices have been eaten and symptoms (fever, headache, etc.) appear, a doctor should be consulted immediately.
Intermarché has also recalled 200 grams of packets of burrata from the Itineraire des Saveurs brand. Cheese may be contaminated with bacteria pseudo brillianceWhich does not pose a health risk, but it can modify the taste of the product and give it a bluish color.
This burrata was marketed between February 15 and March 3. Until March 17, consumers can return them to the store for a refund. In early March, Leclerc also recalled Tradizioni d’Italia burrata for similar reasons, notes capital.
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