To all salmon lovers, a batch sold in Cora stores has been recalled since Friday. This product appears to contain traces of the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes, the agent responsible for listeriosis.
The government site Rappel Conso has launched an alert concerning the recall of a batch of smoked salmon from the Cora brand. For your health it is important to follow the recommendations.
Wild smoked salmon: details of the product concerned
The product subject to recall is:
- Product category: Food
- Sub-category : Fishing and aquaculture products
- Marque : Cora
- Model or reference: Wild smoked Pacific red salmon 120 g
- GTIN : 3257986640332
- Lot : G2920365C
- Expiration date : 27/12/2023
- Packaging: Tray
- Start/end date of marketing: from 07/12/2023 to 08/12/2023
- Storage temperature: Product to keep in the refrigerator
- Health mark: FR 76.664.003 CE
- Geographical sales area: Whole Europe
- Distributors: supermarkets match
Listeriosis, a disease that can be serious
Cora brand smoked salmon has been recalled due to the presence of Listeria bacteria. It is important to be careful and monitor your condition because this bacteria can lead to listeriosis.
According to the government website Rappel Conso: “People who have consumed the “products” mentioned above and who present with fever, isolated or accompanied by headaches, and body aches, are invited to consult their doctor and report this consumption. 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 your health, it is recommended to no longer consume this wild smoked salmon. You can destroy the product or return it to the point of sale. The brand offers a refund as a method of compensation. The recall process ends on January 11, 2024.