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The Cora and Intermarché brands have recalled minced meat posing a risk to the health of customers.
Caution should be exercised if you have gone shopping at Intermarché or Cora in the past few days when several products are the subject of a recall. For both brands, it is minced meat. Initially, it is a frozen product, the super tender chopped burger of Cora brand which is recalled by the brand, as we can discoverpress release. According to the company, this is an organoleptic (taste and smell) problem. The affected lot number is 10190015 with the barcode 3257987022595. Cora asks her customers not to consume it and to bring it back to the store for a refund or an exchange.
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At the same time, Intermarché recalled the Jean Rozé brand "Le Tendre" frozen chopped preparations (Intermarché's private label), as can be seen from. Again, this is the same problem. "A check revealed a suspicious smell and taste during cooking," says the brand. The affected barcode is 3250390488156, as well as lots 10120010, 10280010, 10410015, 10530005 (regardless of the time code). The company asks customers not to consume the products and to bring them back to the point of sale.
Earlier this week, Intermarché had already carried out anmayonnaise that were sold in the chain. Indeed, according to the large retailer, these could contain pieces of glass. For his part, Leclerc has cheese that may present a risk of listeria.
Auchan recalls batches of knacks, pâté and terrine .
© WIN-Initiative / Getty Images Auchan recalls batches of knacks, pâté and terrine The retail chain is recalling six different products in due to taste or odor defects. If you recently went shopping in an Auchan store, then you may be concerned. On Tuesday March 9, the brand was already recalling a batch of cordon bleu. In an press release published on Wednesday March 10, the brand announced the recall, by the company LDC, of six products sold in Auchan stores.