Following a notification via the RASFF system (European Food and Feed rapid alert system), the presence of Salmonella was detected in poultry meat from the Carrefour and Maître Coq brands.
The FASFC therefore ordered the withdrawal of these products and their recall to consumers.
The FASFC asks not to consume these products and to bring them back to the point of sale in which they were purchased.
|Product picture||Product Description||Expiration date (DLC)||Points of sale in Belgium|
|Carrefour brand turkey legs (4 pieces)||05/16/2020||CARREFOUR AND CARREFOUR MARKET SUPERMARKETS|
|Carrefour turkey drumsticks (4 pieces)||05/16/2020||CARREFOUR SUPERMARKETS|
|Maître Coq “Giant Grill”||05/14/2020||GB PARTNER VIEUX TILLEUIL BOENDAEL (1050 IXELLES)|
|Maître Coq poultry sausages||05/18/2020||GB PARTNER VIEUX TILLEUIL BOENDAEL (1050 IXELLES)|
|Maître Coq turkey cutlet||05/14/2020||BOUCHERIE DUFRAIS, SUPER GB BEN AHIN (4500 BEN AHIN)
CARREFOUR NIVELLES (Grand Place, 1400 NIVELLES)
The possible symptoms of an infection caused by salmonella are: fever, abdominal cramps and diarrhea, within 6 to 72 hours after consuming the contaminated food. The risk of infection is higher in the elderly, children, pregnant women and immunocompromised people.
People who have consumed these products and who present this type of symptoms are invited to immediately consult their doctor by reporting this consumption.
For any further information, you can contact the AFSCA contact point for consumers: 0800 / 13.550 or firstname.lastname@example.org .