According to the government website Rappel Conso, seafood tabbouleh is the subject of a product recall. The reason: he would be infected with listeria. For your health, it is strongly recommended that you no longer consume them! Explanations.
Be careful if you have recently purchased seafood tabbouleh in the whole of Europe. The agent responsible for listeriosis (Listeria monocytogenes) has been detected in this product. TipsForWomens provides an update on the lots concerned and on the procedure to follow.
Tabbouleh with seafood: which batches are incriminated?
Here is the important information to know about this seafood tabbouleh marketed without brand and distributed via 2 kilo trays (therefore rather on demand), marketed from 08/04/2023 to 08/08/2023:
- Lot 23216 Use-by date: 03/10/2023
- Release date: 08/04/2023
- End of marketing date: 08/08/2023
- Health mark: FR 29.024.500 CE
- Geographical area of sale: Whole of Europe
- Distributors: Top Atlantic
SEAFOOD TABOULE 2 KG – no brand
Risks: Listeria monocytogenes (causative agent of listeriosis)
Reason: Detection of Listeria monocytogeneshttps://t.co/u58jTp4g1B pic.twitter.com/tydiPytQZT
— Consum Reminder (@Consum Reminder) August 11, 2023
Listeria: what is the procedure to follow?
If you have purchased this product, the government site Rappel Conso recommends that you do not consume it. You can destroy it or return the product to your point of sale. A refund will then be offered to you as compensation.
In addition, if you have consumed it and symptoms appear (fever, body aches, headaches), it is strongly advised to consult your doctor, specifying this consumption, without delay. As the Rappel Conso site reminds us, “Listeriosis is a disease that can be serious”. Hence the importance of consulting a health professional. The incubation period for listeriosis can be up to eight weeks.
As for pregnant women, they must be particularly vigilant. Severe forms with neurological complications and maternal or fetal damage may occur. Immunocompromised people as well as the elderly should be equally attentive to the symptoms of a listeria infection.
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