A pre-sliced Norwegian smoked salmon sold throughout Europe is currently recalled due to the presence of Listeria monocytogenes. An exchange is offered if you purchased this product.
Be wary if you have purchased Norwegian smoked salmon in large quantities: a product sold by SAS Le Fumoir since December 5 is now recalled due to Listeria monocytogenes detected.
What salmon is this?
The product targeted by the recall is a machine-sliced smoked salmon 1kg fixed weight from the SAS Le Fumoir brand sold to wholesalers throughout Europe.
This is a vacuum-packed product to be kept cool, the batch number is 11173011 and the use-by date 01/01/2024.
What’s wrong with the item?
The smoked salmon in question is possibly contaminated with listeria monocytogenes, the agent responsible for listeriosis, a disease which can be serious and has an incubation period of up to eight weeks.
According to the Rappel Conso website, “People who have consumed this product mentioned above and who have a 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.
What to do with this salmon?
It is recommended not to consume this smoked salmon, and to return it to the point of sale for an exchange with a risk-free product. No more information on 01 60 64 95 64 for this procedure which will end on January 9, 2024.