Product recall alert: these bread sticks could contain pieces of glass!

Product recall alert: these bread sticks could contain pieces of glass!

Breadsticks sold at E.Leclerc are currently the subject of a recall. The reason ? They potentially contain pieces of glass.

Before eating it, pay attention to the baguettes you bought! Indeed, those on sale at E.Leclerc Paridis Hyper have been the subject of a recall since yesterday following the presence of “pieces of glass”.

Baguettes and breads removed from sale due to broken glass

The baguettes and breads concerned have the following characteristics:

  • Product category: Food
  • Product subcategory: Cereals and bakery products
  • Brand: Manufacturing store
  • Model or reference: All baguettes and breads (except first price and breakfast items)
  • Lots: All store-made products sold between Friday 01/19/2024 at 10:30 a.m. and Saturday 01/20/2024
  • Start/end date of marketing: from 01/19/2024 to 01/20/2024
  • Storage temperature: Products to be stored at room temperature
  • Geographical sales area: E.Leclerc Paridis Hyper and Drive
  • Distributors: E.Leclerc Paridis hyper and Drive
  • End date of the recall procedure: 02/03/2024

Due to the risk of injury or adverse effects following ingestion of this product, persons in possession of the product concerned are advised not to consume it and to destroy it. It is also possible to return it to the store for a refund.

Consumers wishing to have additional information can contact the following telephone number: 02 40 18 65 65.

What should you do if you swallow a piece of glass?

Generally, the majority of ingested foreign bodies (bones, pieces of glass, fish bones, large pieces of meat, etc.) pass spontaneously.

On the other hand, a part may require a non-surgical maneuver (such as endoscopy) in order to be removed.

At home, if symptoms (sudden, severe abdominal pain, fever, nausea, vomiting, blood in the stool, abdominal bloating) and pain worsen, an endoscopic extraction or surgery may be scheduled. In this case, you should call 15 quickly.

Indeed, mucosal lesions, muscle damage and perforation can appear within a few hours.