The Rappel Conso site has just published a recall sheet concerning Activia brand yogurts. The cause: non-compliance of the product, which is better not to consume.
Have you purchased Activia yogurt recently? Read carefully what follows. Indeed, a reference from this famous brand of yogurts is the subject of a recall, published on the Conso recall site this October 26, 2023.
Yogurts unfit for consumption
The recall concerns Activia Brassé natural yogurts, sold in packs of 8 pots, from the Danone brand. They were sold throughout Europe, in Auchan, Carrefour, Casino, Leclerc, Intermarché, Système U, Monoprix, Cora, Match and Schiever Distribution stores, between October 7 and 26. The batch number concerned is 09/11 278 B1X 10:40 a.m. to 12:25 p.m. with a use-by date of November 9, 2023.
A product likely to be dangerous to health
The recall sheet explains that the product exhibits “a non-compliance likely to be visible upon opening the jar making the products unfit for consumption (liquid texture like milk, risk of irritation if ingested).”
These yogurts were therefore manufactured and/or stored in conditions that did not provide satisfactory health guarantees. Although their consumption will not cause “irreversible health consequences”, they are still unfit for consumption due to the fact that they may present a potential danger to the health of consumers.
What to do if you purchased this product?
If you have this product at home, the government’s instructions are to no longer consume it, destroy it or return it to the store. It is possible to contact consumer service, a telephone number, 08.00.00.37.98 has been set up.
The end date of the recall procedure is set for Saturday November 11, 2023. Finally, the Consumer Recall site mentions that no other batch of the Activia brand is affected by this recall.