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Alert! Casino stores have just recalled a batch of ham due to contamination with the Listeria bacteria. This can lead to listeriosis, a sometimes fatal disease.
Be careful if you have just bought ham rag ! The company "ASNC" (Casino stores), is today withdrawing the sale of "Chiffonade of cooked ham superior 120 g" following the discovery of the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes.
Indeed, it could dangerously poison you.The contaminated ham rag is withdrawn from sale
Casino stores announced in a press release dated May 20, 2020 that "the whole lot has been withdrawn from marketing". However, some of these products were marketed before the withdrawal measure.
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It is therefore recommended to people who have purchased the lot described below (over the period from May 15, 2020 to May 20, 2020) not to consume it and to destroy it or be reimbursed for it.
This is the product with the following characteristics:Nature of the Product: Chiffonade of superior cooked ham. Presentation: 120g tray. DLC: 06/13/2020. Lot: 6420648.
In case of questions, the company "ASNC" is available to consumers at the following telephone number: 04 90 84 24 69.Listeriosis: a sometimes fatal disease
People who may have consumed this product and who would present a fever, isolated or accompanied by headaches, are invited to consult their doctor treating by reporting this consumption to him.
Pregnant women should be particularly attentive to these symptoms, as well as the immunocompromised and the elderly. These symptoms may suggest listeriosis, a disease which can be very serious or even fatal, and which can take up to eight weeks to incubate .
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To avoid ingesting the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes , certain simple hygiene measures should be observed, listed by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food:respect the expiration date for food; quickly consume the products after opening; in the refrigerator, keep raw foods separate from others to avoid contamination; set the refrigerator to a low temperature (at most 4 ° C); wash fruits and vegetables before consumption; clean the refrigerator regularly with bleach; wash hands, worktops and utensils after contact with raw food to avoid contamination of healthy food; the bacteria being killed by heat, it is essential to cook or reheat raw food of animal origin or ready-to-eat meals above 75 ° C.
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