Product recall: new reference of chicken contaminated by Listeria

Product recall: new reference of chicken contaminated by Listeria

Label Rouge Gascogne yellow chicken is the subject of a recall throughout Europe. The reason ? Like many other batches recalled last week, it is believed to be contaminated with bacteria, responsible for listeriosis.

Last week, numerous batches of chickens were recalled and the list continues to grow with a new reference marketed this time by Franprix. So be careful to look at the label on your chicken before eating it. Here again, these chickens were recalled following the presence of a dangerous bacteria: Listeria monocytogenes.

Which batches are affected?

The references of the batch concerned are:

  • Food / Meats Yellow chicken Label Rouge Gascogne 1.4kg
  • Model or reference: Label Rouge Gascogne yellow chicken 1.4kg
    • • GTIN 3263859235512 Lot 2074055257 Use-by date 02/01/2024
    • • GTIN 3263859235512 Lot 2074055283 Use-by date 02/02/2024
  • Marketing date: 01/23/2024
  • End of marketing date: 02/02/2024
  • Storage temperature: Product to be stored in the refrigerator
  • Health mark: FR 33 036 001 CE
  • Geographical sales area: entire Europe
  • Distributors: FRANPRIX

Listeriosis, a potentially fatal disease

If these lots are now prohibited for sale, it is because they are likely to lead to listeriosisa serious infection caused by the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes.

The Consumer Reminder site therefore invites consumers to “who have consumed the products mentioned above and who present with fever, isolated or accompanied by headaches, and body aches, to consult their doctor and report this consumption“.

Moreover,”serious forms with neurological complications and maternal or fetal damage in pregnant women can also sometimes occur“, specifies the site.

For your health, it is therefore recommended to no longer consume these products by returning them to the point of sale or destroying them. It is possible to contact consumer service at 02 43 62 80 47 and benefit from a refund until the end of the recall procedure set out in 2 mars 2024.