Product recall alert: many hams contaminated with dangerous bacteria

Product recall alert: many hams contaminated with dangerous bacteria

Several hams from different brands have been recalled since yesterday. The reason ? Some would be contaminated with Listeria and others with Salmonella. Discover the products concerned.

If you are a ham lover, be careful. Seven hams have been the subject of a product recall since Wednesday November 15. According to the government website Rappel Conso, these are contaminated either by Listeria or Salmonella. TipsForWomens takes stock.

Information regarding contaminated products

The products affected by these recalls have the following information on their labels:

  • Product category: Food
  • Product subcategory: Meats
  • Storage temperature: Product to keep in the refrigerator

Ham cooked with Provence herbs (Listeria)

  • Marque : nameless
  • Model or reference: HAM COOKED WITH HERBS OF PROVENCE sold at the traditional charcuterie stand
  • GTIN : 2916389077107
  • Lot : Not affected because product sold in bulk
  • Packaging: Sold in bulk (by cut)
  • Start/end date of marketing: from 06/11/2023 to 10/11/2023
  • Geographical sales area: 31470 SAINT LYS
  • Distributors: LECLERC SAINT LYS store
  • End of recall procedure: Tuesday December 5, 2023

Superior cooked ham with rind (Listeria)

  • Marque : nameless
  • Model or reference: SUPERIOR COOKED HAM WITH RIND sold at the traditional charcuterie stand
  • GTIN : 2916390073358
  • Lot : Not affected because product sold in bulk
  • Packaging: Sold in bulk (by cut)
  • Start/end date of marketing: from 06/11/2023 to 09/11/2023
  • Geographical sales area: 31470 SAINT LYS
  • Distributors: LECLERC SAINT LYS store
  • End of recall procedure: Tuesday December 5, 2023

Burgundy parsley ham LABEL ROUGE (suspicion of salmonella)

  • Marque : Antoine Sabatier
  • Model or reference: Burgundy parsley ham LABEL ROUGE ANTOINE SABATIER flat
  • GTIN : 3441700270299
  • Lot : 312113
  • Expiration date : 08/12/2023
  • Packaging: Slices from dish (cut radius)
  • Marketing date: since 09/11/2023
  • Health mark: FR 21 231 005 CE
  • Geographical sales area: Whole Europe
  • Distributors: Carrefour
  • End of recall procedure: Friday December 15, 2023

Real parsley ham from Burgundy (suspicion of salmonella)

  • Marque : Gourmet Heritage
  • Model or reference: Real Burgundy parsley ham GOURMET HERITAGE
  • GTIN : 3257980833563
  • Lot : 312025
  • Expiration date : 12/12/2023
  • Packaging: Individual slice tray of 200g
  • Marketing date: since 08/11/2023
  • Health mark: FR 21 231 005 CE
  • Geographical sales area: Departments: COTE-D’OR (21)
  • Distributors: Factory shop
  • End of recall procedure: Tuesday December 19, 2023

Real Burgundy parsley ham (suspicion of salmonella)

  • Marque : Gourmet Country
  • Model or reference: Real Burgundy parsley ham GOURMET COUNTRY
  • GTIN : 3441700270534
  • Lot : 311015
  • Expiration date : 11/12/2023
  • Packaging: Individual slice tray of 200g
  • Marketing date: Since 09/11/2023
  • Geographical sales area: Whole Europe
  • Distributors: Aldi, factory store
  • End of recall procedure: Monday December 18, 2023

LE TORCHENAY cooked ham (salmonella)

  • Marque : CELTIC SALTED SEASONS
  • Model or reference: TORCHONAY COOKED HAM
  • GTIN : 45460054
  • Lot : 9932980347
  • Marketing date: from 03/11/2023 to 14/11/2023
  • Health mark: FR 35 297 003 CE
  • Geographical sales area: Whole Europe
  • Distributors: Intermarché
  • End of recall procedure: Monday December 11, 2023

Real Burgundy parsley ham (suspicion of salmonella)

  • Marque : Dijon cured meats
  • Model or reference: Real Burgundy parsley ham DIJON SALAIS
  • GTIN : 3441700283152
  • Lot : 312062
  • Expiration date : 12/12/2023
  • Packaging: Individual slice tray of 200g
  • Marketing date: Since 09/11/2023
  • Health mark: FR 21 231 005 CE
  • Geographical sales area: Whole Europe
  • Distributors: Cooperative U
  • End of recall procedure: Tuesday December 19, 2023

Salmonella: what is the procedure to follow?

According to the government website Rappel Conso, “Food infections caused by salmonella can cause symptoms such as sudden onset gastrointestinal upset (diarrhea, vomiting), fever and headache. These generally occur 6 hours to 72 hours after consumption of contaminated products. These symptoms may be more pronounced in young children, pregnant women, immunocompromised individuals and the elderly.“.

The site recommends that people who have consumed these products and who present symptoms consult their doctor as quickly as possible and report this consumption. The site also states: “If there are no symptoms within 7 days after consuming the affected products, there is no need to worry and consult a doctor.“.

If you have one of the hams contaminated with salmonella, you can destroy the product or return it to your point of sale. A refund or exchange will then be offered to you as a form of compensation.

For any additional information regarding products contaminated by Salmonella, you can contact the following number: 03.80.78.77.98

Listeria: what is the procedure to follow?

As with salmonella, in the event of contamination by Listeria, it is recommended not to consume the product and to destroy it.

Possible symptoms are fever, isolated or accompanied by headache as well as body aches. If you recognize these signs, it is strongly recommended to consult your doctor without delay, notifying him of this consumption. Indeed, as the Rappel Conso website reminds us: “Serious forms with neurological complications and maternal or fetal damage in pregnant women can also sometimes occur. Pregnant women as well as immunocompromised people and the elderly should be particularly attentive to these symptoms. Listeriosis is a disease that can be serious and has an incubation period of up to eight weeks.“.

For any additional information regarding products contaminated by Listeria, you can contact the following number: 05.62.20.08.00. You can also get a refund if you wish.