this cooked ham should not be eaten

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    A contamination with listeria was discovered in packages of ham sold since August 25, in the Casino, Intermarché and Carrefour brands.

    Like many, are you a fan of cooked ham? You may be affected by this recall due to the presence of listeria monocytogenes.

    What is the ham concerned?

    The targeted product is a package of two slices of superior cooked ham cooked on the bone, from the Adrien Peyrolles brand.

    • Batch: 20422350116
    • GTIN 3089739442005
    • Use-by date: September 22, 2022
    • On sale since August 25, last throughout France.
    • The recall concerns purchases made in the Casino, Intermarch√©, Carrefour brands as well as in certain butchers and caterers.

    What to do if you have eaten this ham?

    Have you purchased this product and already consumed it? No need to panic if you do not notice any symptoms. Nevertheless, remain vigilant, the incubation period of listeriosis can extend up to 8 weeks.

    In case of onset of fever, headaches and body aches, consult your doctor and inform him of your consumption.

    The Rappel Conso site reminds us that risks are always possible for fragile people: Neurological complications and maternal or fetal damage in pregnant women. Pregnant women as well as immunocompromised people and the elderly should be especially alert to these symptoms.

    For more information, or to request a refund, a number has been set up: 09 69 37 01 60.

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