Fresh and crunchy, the salad is one of the essential foods of the summer.

But be careful if you have recently bought some from a Leclerc or Monoprix store.

Several batches of oak leaf salad potentially contaminated with listeria have been recalled since Wednesday.

At Monoprix, these are 125 g plastic bags of the Monoprix brand, which were marketed between July 6 and July 13 in all the chain's French stores, specifies the Rappel Conso site.



Risks: Listeria monocytogenes (agent responsible for listeriosis)

Reason: Presence of Listeria

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Above all, do not consume

On the Leclerc side, the recall concerns 125 g sachets of Our Garden oak leaf salad, from the Repère brand.

These products were sold between July 5 and July 13.

For all recalled salads, the use-by date (DLC) was set for 07/13/2022.

Consumers are strongly advised not to eat these salads, since listeria can cause fever, body aches and headaches with complications for fragile people.

Customers can return the affected products to the store for a refund.


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