If you recently purchased ground meat from the E. Leclerc store in Dainville, Hauts-de-Europe, do not eat it! In fact, it is the subject of a recall due to the presence of listeria monocytogenes. Here is the procedure to follow.
Fresh products are particularly sensitive to the risk of contamination. Minced meat, sold in the butchery section of an E. Leclerc store, located in Hauts-de-Europe, is proof of this.
Recall due to listeria
The Rappel Conso site has just issued a sheet for people who have recently purchased minced meat from the E. Leclerc store in Dainville. The meat, without a specific brand, sold in the store’s butchery section, is in fact the subject of a recall, due to contamination with listeria monocytogene.
The lots concerned were sold between October 25 and November 6. They have the following numbers:
- GTIN 0202734000000 Lot All lots Use-by date 10/11/2023
- GTIN 0212958000000 Lot All lots Use-by date 08/11/2023
- GTIN 0211051000000 Lot All lots Best before date between 10/25/2023 and 11/06/2023
- GTIN 0211052000000 Lot All lots Use-by date between 10/25/2023 and 11/06/2023
- GTIN 0211192000000 Lot All lots Best before date between 10/25/2023 and 11/06/2023
The expiration dates are set for November 10 and lot 0212958000000 has a shelf life set for November 8, 2023.
What is the instruction ?
If you have the product at home, it is recommended to return it to the store for a refund. A telephone number has also been set up, it is 03.21.51.11.45. The recall procedure runs until November 20.
If you have already consumed this meat, remain vigilant for the appearance of possible symptoms. Consumption of listeria monocytogenes can in fact be responsible for listeriosis. You must therefore consult a doctor and warn him of this potential contamination, particularly in the event of fever, headache, aches and nausea, up to eight weeks after consumption of the product. The most vulnerable, particularly pregnant women, the elderly or the immunocompromised, must be particularly vigilant.