Carrefour recalls a product widely consumed by children

Another product recall to deplore! And, once again, it is a very widely consumed product, and adored by children… The Carrefour brand thus finds itself in turmoil, and is obliged to mass recall throughout the territory this very dangerous product for consumption. The Objeko editorial team tells you everything in this article.

Product recall: the black series…

It is a real black series that affects large French surfaces. Indeed, in recent times, we have not lacked health scandals causing product recalls! The biggest, and the biggest to date, is of course the one concerning Kinder eggs. The latter were thus contaminated with salmonella. Many children fell very seriously ill in France, but also in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and in many other countries. Worse still, this product recall took place a few days before Easter…

If Ferrero, the producer of Kinder eggs, announced that everything was back to normal, consumers remain more than suspicious…

Another very important health scandal, that of Buitoni pizzas. An employee of the manufacturing plant had however already sounded the alarm a long time ago. The factory conditions are just awful. The food piles up on the ground, the production lines are not clean, in short, a real disaster. Some of his pizzas have also sent several people to the hospital. Since then, the production plant has been closed.

Unfortunately, this black series continues again and again. Other products are added daily to the list of product recalls, including this one which is very popular with children….

Carrefour’s cordon bleu recalled in store

Children love cordon bleu. Adults too, for that matter. However, if you bought those of the Carrefour brand, you better beware! Indeed, the large-scale retailer is launching a massive product recall concerning these chicken cordons bleus. As always, it is the government platform Rappel Conso which launches the alert. The incriminated chicken cordon-bleus are sold in pairs in 200-gram boxes under the Carrefour brand. They are the subject of a recall throughout France. The batch affected by the recall is 29022095B with a consumption expiry date of 04/30/2022. The cordons-bleus in question were marketed between April 6 and 26.

So, you may have bought them in the last few days! The Objeko team recommends that you check your fridges and freezers. These blue cords are being recalled because they pose a risk of plastic contamination. It can be extremely dangerous, especially if children ingest this plastic. Don’t eat them at all! You can return your chicken cordon bleu to a Carrefour store for an immediate refund. Otherwise, just throw them in the trash. Next time, cook them yourself, you’ll see, it’s not very complicated!

The other product recall affecting Carrefour

This is not the first time that the Carrefour brand has been affected by a product recall this week. The Objeko team thus recently chronicled the massive recall concerning an emblematic product of our territory. We are of course talking about the famous sausage. However, Carrefour is forced to recall them in store. And reason sends shivers down your spine! It could indeed be that it contains traces of foreign products such as paper, textiles, metal, glass, or even plastic.

The incriminated product is the “Veritable Jesus of Lyon” sausage, sold by the French group Carrefour in 600-gram sachets. The lot affected by the product recall is numbered 205080. It has a durability date of April 29, 2022, and a marketing date of March 14, 2022 to April 21, 2022.

Unfortunately, this is not the first time that the sausage has had to be urgently recalled in recent times. On April 1, Intermarché also had to recall batches that could contain transparent plastic. Meat products sold in Tarn and Haute-Garonne in April were also recalled because they were contaminated with listeria.

If you bought this sausage from Carrefour, bring it back to the store immediately. And above all, do not consume it! It will be refunded to you. Otherwise, you can simply throw it in the trash…


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