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The Government site Rappel Conso reports the recall of cooked ham whose distributor is Intermarché. This product contains a non-compliant salt level which does not guarantee its preservation, which may lead to a risk of botulism.
The Intermarché supermarket chain launched a recall on Friday, October 15 of batches of derinded, defatted and nitrite-free superior cooked ham of the Madrange brand, in batches of three slices. The cause: the level of salt contained in the product, which is not compliant and whose preservation can lead to risks of botulismindicates the site Government consumption reminder.
Customers are asked to bring them back to the brand to be reimbursed. Botulism is a rare disease that often results from eating contaminated food that contains botulinum toxin. The latter is produced by Clostridium botulinum, a toxin that develops in particular in certain charcuterie products when the manufacturing process is not mastered. Symptoms usually appear within 12 to 72 hours after food ingestion, but may vary and develop earlier or later. The signs are: blurred vision, droopy eyelids, speech disturbances, difficulty swallowing, dry mouth, muscle weakness, constipation, vomiting, diarrhoea. Symptoms may be more severe in older people and young children.
To identify the products to be brought back, the barcode is 3180940089406. The expiry date 02/11/2021.
The end of the recall procedure is October 24, 2021.