The news revolves around a series of health alerts concerning certain foods that can be dangerous to health. If these are recalled, it is because they contain questionable components. In order to avoid unpleasant surprises, you must be careful about what you bring into your home. In this case the stock cubes.
The presence of a toxic component
Since the beginning of 2022, many food products from various brands have been recalled. This is due to a health issue. However, it was last March that the recalls became numerous. The first recall subject was the Jardin Bio etic brand. After it followed other brands and products.
Today, boxes of eight 9-gram broths are the target. For good reason, the products are likely to contain traces of mineral oils or MOH. These are known to cause poisoning. According to the sources, these traces were caused by a packaging defect.
The batches of products concerned
If you’ve been shopping lately, you might have unknowingly bought one of these bouillon cubes. Be aware that not all stock cubes are affected. Indeed, the risks of poisoning are only attributed to two specific batches of products.
You should know that the bouillon cubes in question were marketed between April 12, 2021 and December 3, 2021. To be sure, do not hesitate to look in your cupboards and check if your bouillon cubes do not bear the numbers 10082022 (date of minimum durability, August 10, 2022) and 221110 (date of minimum durability, November 10, 2022).
The supermarkets that sold them
During these many months, these potentially dangerous products circulated in supermarkets such as Auchan, Leclerc, Franprix, Casino, Intermarché, etc. Basically, only places where there are a lot of people. That’s why we insist that you check your closets. You can never be careful enough!
In fact, in the pile of recalled products, there was also the Dehydrated Beef Broth x12 cube bearing the number 0927Y1. A product of the Auchan Pouce brand was also suspected of containing an element toxic to health in February this year. And it’s far from the only one. Other foods consumed on a daily basis are affected by a massive recall.
Massive cheese recall
A few days ago, in France, several cheeses experienced a massive recall. These products appeared to contain Listeria. Three cheeses sold at Auchan, Cora, Leclerc, Super U, Schiever, etc. are affected by this alert.
The first is a Brie from the Normanville brand. It was marketed between March 17 and April 4, 2022. Bearing the barcode 3252950011002, its use-by date has been set for May 6.
Graindorge brand coulommiers have also been recalled. For your information, this product has a net weight of 380 g. They were on sale from March 10 until April 4 under the barcode 3252950010012.
The third and last cheese is again from the Graindorge brand. This is a brie weighing 1 kg. The product was on the shelves of larger supermarkets in France between March 15 and April 4, 2022. Its barcode is 3252950000877.
What to do with a recalled product
One thing is certain, even certain, you should never consume a product that the government site Rappel Conso has recalled. You will understand, the reason is health. Indeed, some components of these foods can be dangerous to health, hence the mistrust of them. To eat it is to take the risk of falling ill.
If you unknowingly purchased a recalled product, you have only two choices. Either you decide to take it back to the supermarket to get your money back, or you decide to get rid of it. If you have chosen the second option, make sure that no one can consume the product by trashing it.
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