Product note: above all, do not eat these chips that are sold all over France!

Recall Conso recently revealed that corn chips are the subject of a recall campaign. These crisps are sold everywhere in France and contain toxic substances can cause serious illness.

About the recalled corn chips

The number of recalled products continues to increase. Recently, the Directorate General for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Prevention reported corn chips.

For good reason, the flour used in their preparations contains tropane alkaloids. According to Rappel Conso, these are tropane alkaloids “are toxic substances naturally present in certain species of ‘weed’ plants”. Consuming these toxic products can lead to serious health problems. Reason why, corn chips are dangerous. From where his withdrawal supermarkets.

For information, the recalled corn chips are sold in half March 1 and June 30, 2022. They are in circulation in packages of 125 grams. With international item code (GTIN) 4104420053847. Many stores sell it. These include: Houra, Migros, Cora, and Match.

If the corn chips you buy have the references mentioned above, it is better to throw them away or return them to the store. By returning them, you will benefit from a refund. People who have already consumed the products should consult a doctor as soon as possible.

Remember the many sachets of salads

Like the corn chips, many salad sachets are also subject to the recall procedure. The reason? they are contaminated with listeria monocytogenes. Infected salad bags are sold in Leclerc and Monoprix supermarkets. As shown in Rappel Conso, these are 125 g salad bags.

Here are the reported batches:

  • Lot number 40325125 / (GTIN) 3350030184063 / Use-by date: July 13, 2022.
  • Lot number 40325127 / (GTIN) 3564700632260L / Use-by date: July 13, 2022.

The products from these two batches cannot be consumed. If you are at home, it is better to throw o return them to the store to get a refund. If in doubt, you can also contact Monoprix’s customer service at 0800084000 and Leclerc in 0800865286.

On the Rappel Conso site, you can see that the symptoms of listeriosis are shown in “fever, isolated or accompanied by headache, and body aches”. People who have eaten the infected salad and have these symptoms should see their doctor.

Lasagna noodles are reported

Barilla brand lasagna noodles are also among the products under considerationa method of recall. These lasagna noodles are reported because they contain an allergen: egg. A labeling error resulted in this information not being on their packaging. This is a risk for people with allergies.

According to the Rappel Conso site, the lasagna noodles in question are sold at many large distributors since March 3, 2022. Among the stores selling the products are: Système U, Casino, Leclerc, Cora, Auchan, and Carrefour.

Note that the recall concerns two batches. Batches I12414292 and I12414282 (GTIN) 20364625. use-by dates The products from these batches are on September 20 and 21.

People who are allergic to eggs should not eat the products with the references mentioned above. All they have to do is return them to the point of sale to get a refund. If you buy lasagna noodles and you have doubts, you can ask for advice from the consumer service at 0 806 079 866. This number can be reached 24/7.

What should be known, on the Rappel Conso site there is a list of all the recalled products. This list is updated with each new callback method. So, those who want to keep updating can walk often on the site.

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