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The Feyel brand has recalled a batch of foie gras due to an alteration in the organoleptic properties of the product.
As the holidays approach, many French people are beginning to eye the foie gras on the shelves. However, some are unfit for consumption, such as that of the Feyel brand, which has just been recalled throughout France.
Which batch of foie gras is affected?
This is the “block of duck foie gras with pieces” from the Feyel brand, with the following characteristics:
- Product Category: Food;
- Product Subcategory: Meats;
- Product Brand Name: Feyel;
- Model names or references: 8980000008;
- GTIN: 3018258980002;
- Batch: A035773FF;
- Date of minimum durability: 02/28/2024;
- Packaging: 200g tray;
- Marketing start/end date: from 16/11/2022 to 13/12/2022;
- Storage temperature: product to be stored in the refrigerator;
- Health mark: FR 67-447-001 CE;
- Geographical area of sale: whole of France
- Distributors: Leclerc, Intermarche, Systeme u, Cora, Auchan, Casino, Transgourmet, Carrefour, Spar.
An “organoleptic alteration” in question
If this batch of foie gras is prohibited for sale, it is because it presents an “organoleptic alteration” (altered smell).
Although this modification is not necessarily dangerous for humans, as a precaution, the Rappel conso site invites all consumers to no longer consume this product and/or to return it to a point of sale for a refund.
Consumers wishing to have additional information can contact the company at the following telephone number: 03 88 19 20 00.