Casino is asking consumers to bring back or not to eat their ham and emmental croissants on Tuesday 9 April. Traces of a bacterium, Salmonella, have been spotted.
Caution: risk of intoxication . The Casino brand has recalled several croissants ham-emmental this Tuesday, April 9, 2019. The reason: salmonella. This bacterium is responsible for several food poisoning and has crept into several products of this type according to the site oulah.fr , specializing in product recalls.
The group is asking buyers not to consume these Casino brand ham-Emmental croissants and to make it as far as possible where the product was purchased.
Risks for the most fragile
This bacterium causes gastrointestinal disorders, but also fevers and abdominal pain. Young children, the elderly and the immunocompromised (with HIV or diabetes, for example) are at greater risk.
Clients who have already consumed this product and experience the symptoms indicated are advised to consult a doctor. This is at least the second time this month that Casino Group recalls contaminated products.
Product concerned: Ham-Emmental croissant of the Casino brand. Barcode: 3222472710479, expiry date: 13/04/2019, Packaging: 300g. More information at Casino Consumer Services on 0 800 13 30 16.