Product reminder: Listeria-contaminated children’s favorite dish, should not be eaten!

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We’ve been hearing a lot of product recalls lately. Also, it affects most of the time popular food items. This forces consumers to make concessions in spite of themselves. Once again Rappel Conso warns consumers about the possible contamination of a branded product by Listeria. It must therefore avoid consuming it.

Listeria allegedly contaminated a batch of chicken nuggets

There are many products that have been recalled lately. This applies to various products such as tortilla chips or pork skewers. Also frozen raspberries and organic raw ham.

Luckily Drink reminder there is to keep people informed. Furthermore, the platform has just launched a new notice regarding another very popular product. Children and students will have to do without this food product.

Indeed, it would seem soa batch of chicken nuggets of the Maître coq brand is contaminated by Listeria. Several supermarkets in France allegedly sold these chicken nuggets. These brands will have to remove this batch of products from their shelves. And consumers who bought it shouldn’t consume it.

The recall concerns a particular lot

These chicken nuggets are sold in 1kg plastic tubs. Many distributors have sold these products of the Maître Coq brand throughout France. We can mention Carrefour, Casino, Provera and many others.

These supermarkets started distributing this product on July 22, 2022. However, recently, these products are being subject toa recall procedure. This procedure is for a particular batch.

In fact, distributors sell them under the lot 2P22201 and the GTN 3230890027529. According to Rappel Conso, this recall procedure will end on 11 August 2022. 12 August 2022 is the expiration date for chicken nuggets.

Reminder Conso, we remind you, is the government site that has the task of identifying the finished products subject to withdrawal.

Conso reminder advice

Obviously, given the popularity of the food product, many have probably already bought it. If this is your case, Rappel Conso forbids you to consume it. Here you are the first instinct to have.

The government website explains that it is necessary destroy the product. He also recommends contacting consumer services for more information. Note that it is possible to get compensation in the form of a coupon.

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It goes without saying that if we buy a food product, it is to eat it. Therefore, it is very likely that some have already consumed it. In this case Rappel Conso recommends doing it immediately consult a doctor.

Symptoms and people at risk

Furthermore, Rappel Conso recalls symptoms to watch out for after consumption of products contaminated with listeria.

Therefore, people who have eaten these chicken nuggets should be careful fever. This can be isolated or accompanied by headache and muscle aches. If these symptoms appear, these people should make an appointment with their doctor immediately.

It should also be remembered that in people at risk, the effects of contamination it can be serious. In a pregnant woman, for example, neurological complications it can happen.

Likewise, it could be victim of maternal or fetal harm. They are also part of people at risk, the elderly and the immunosuppressed. These at-risk individuals should pay particular attention to these symptoms.

This bacterial agent resists the cold

Bacterial contamination with Listeria causes the disease listeriosis. This can be very serious. Reason why food should be avoided contaminated with listeria.

However, it takes a substantial dose to be really sick. This bacterial agent lives in the environment and in the digestive tract of animals. When this bacterial agent contaminates food, it does not alter its appearance.

So you don’t see mold or other changes on the food. She keeps an appetizing appearance with the same smell and taste. It should also be noted that this bacterial agent is cold-resistant. This resistance allows it to survive in a freezer.


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