Strawberry tartlets, banoffee tartlets and fruit tartlets sold in Leclerc stores are recalled. Reason: a potential presence of salmonella.
The government website, Drink reminder alert this Friday, June 10 on the potential presence of salmonella in several marketed desserts in Leclerc stores : strawberry tarts, fruit tarts and banoffee tarts.
Pastries recalled at Leclerc
Indeed, the Hafner company proceeded to the withdrawal of the sale of the products above following the detection of the presence of salmonella. These products were sold in the pastry department between 04/29 and 06/08 in Leclerc stores. All batches were therefore immediately withdrawn from the market. Note that some of these products were marketed before the withdrawal procedure.
People with these products are therefore asked not to consume them and to return them to the points of sale where they were purchased. Food poisoning caused by salmonella results in sudden onset gastrointestinal disorders (diarrhea, vomiting) often accompanied by fever and headaches which generally occur 6 to 72 hours after consumption of the contaminated products. People who have consumed these products and who present these symptoms are invited to consult their attending physician and inform him of this consumption.
Another product recall
On the same day, another product was recalled after suspicions of the presence of salmonella. It’s about duck merguez of the brand “The Thomasines” and “Vallégrain” brand sausages sold at Intermarché. The brand is also recalling all its salads with potatoes for “an organoleptic defect”. The product concerned is therefore the pack of six vacuum-packed duck merguez, sold in Auchan, Carrefour Market, Hyper U, Intermarché, Leclerc and Super U supermarkets between May 30 and June 8, 2022, everywhere in France. The affected lot – 22150303 – has barcode 3700518702751 and has a best before date between June 12 and June 14, 2022.