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Lidl recalls ham contaminated with listeria sold throughout France

If you bought ham at Lidl between March 21 and 25 from the “Saint Alby” brand, this evening the croque-monsieur will only be made with cheese.

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Lidl recalls ham contaminated with listeria sold throughout France

If you bought ham at Lidl between March 21 and 25 from the “Saint Alby” brand, this evening the croque-monsieur will only be made with cheese... The German distribution chain Lidl has recalled slices of “Saint Alby” brand ham due to Listeria contamination, indicates the “Rappel Conso” website, which warns of dangerous products marketed in the country. It is exclusively packages of four slices of Label Rouge derinded superior ham from the “Saint Alby” brand that are concerned.

If you have this product at home, the site which lists all the recalls of finished products intended for consumers advises you to no longer consume it, to contact customer service and to return it to the store. If you have consumed these slices of ham and you experience fever, headache and body aches, it is recommended to consult your doctor and report this consumption. Indeed, listeriosis is a disease that can lead to neurological complications and maternal or fetal damage in pregnant women. The incubation period can be up to eight weeks.

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