After Carrefour recalled smoked salmon products last week, French retail chain Leclerc has also recalled a batch of smoked salmon slices possibly contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, reports consumer platform Reponse Conso.
At Leclerc, it is a batch of ‘Ronde des Mers’ slices from Marque Repère. These products were marketed in the self-service department as of August 3.
Reponse Conso also alerts customers who have kept the product in their freezers, because the bacterium survives freezing.
Leclerc is a French supermarket chain founded in 1949 by Édouard Leclerc, with branches in France, Italy, Poland, Spain, Andorra and Slovenia. The company consists of the E. Leclerc, Intermarché and E. Leclerc gas stations.
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