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Recall of salmonella-contaminated coppa at Intermarché

The health authorities are alerting consumers to Coppa batches of the Intermarché brand. Following several complaints, the products are stated in the recall. This is the sliced or whole Coppa marketed between 17 May and 8 July of the brand “Di Vittorio” from the supplier Castelli France.

In question, a risk of salmonella as reported by many consumers with gastrointestinal disorders (diarrhea, vomiting …) often accompanied by fever and headaches that occur 6 to 72 hours after consumption of contaminated products.

customers are asked in case of having the product to return it to the store they bought it from for the full refund.

In the shops, posters have been put in place and a number is available to consumers: 0 800 000 175.

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