Several brands of ravioli have been recalled by the Rappel Conso site since Monday for a risk of salmonella contamination.
The various trays have been sold in recent weeks in many major brands such as Casino, Spar, Carrefour or Monoprix.
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Risks: Salmonella spp (agent responsible for salmonellosis)
Reason: Possible presence of Salmonellahttps://t.co/J8t9Nn1SoD pic.twitter.com/FRKjLTh7tu
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The list of products concerned is as follows: Ravioles Dauphiné Label Rouge 240 g Casino it comes from here (Lot 20050144 – DLC 30/01/2022), Basil ravioli 240 g Casino it comes from here (Lot 20050145 – DLC 30/ 01/2022), Ravioles du Dauphiné 240 g Pays Gourmand (Lot 20050155 - DLC 30/01/2022), Ravioles with goat cheese from Drôme Reflets de France (Lot 20060174 - Use-by date 31/01/2022), Ravioles with Saint-Marcellin Reflets de France (Lot 20060175 – Best before date 31/01/2022), Ravioles du Dauphiné LR Délices de Belle France 240 g (Lot 20050154 – Best before date 31/01/2022) and Ravioles au basil 240 g Monoprix Gourmet (Lot 20050151 – Use-by date 31/01/2022).
Do not consume
Some pasta trays do contain traces of salmonella and others are suspected.
According to Rappel Conso, the symptoms of an infection in consumers can be the following: "Gastrointestinal disorders (diarrhea, vomiting) of sudden onset often accompanied by fever and headaches which generally occur 6h to 72h after consumption of the contaminated products.
In case of appearance of these symptoms, it is strongly advised to consult a doctor.
If nothing suspicious is identified seven days after ingesting the ravioli, there is no need to worry.
The government site invites customers not to consume the offending pasta, to destroy it or bring it back to the store for a refund.
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