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Several batches of L’éta du Poulier duck legs sold at Lidl are subject to a recall. These products have been contaminated with the bacteria listeria monocytogenes, which can cause listeriosis.

The products affected by this recall are the brand’s 350g duck legs. The poultry stall, sold at LIDL between 07/10/2023 and 23/10/2023. The batches concerned have the reference GTIN 20336370with batch number 0253035554. The expiration dates are as follows:

  • 19/10/2023
  • 21/10/2023
  • 23/10/2023

The health mark is FR 53 014 002 CE. The products were sold in certain LIDL stores, the list of points of sale concerned is available here.

Listeria monocytogenes is a bacteria that can cause listeriosis, a serious illness that can lead to neurological complications and maternal or fetal damage in pregnant women. Symptoms of listeriosis may include fever, headache and body aches. The incubation period for the disease can be up to eight weeks.

If you purchased these duck legs, do not eat them. It is recommended to return them to the point of sale to receive a refund. If you have consumed these products, monitor your health. In case of fever, headache or body aches, consult your doctor and inform him of this consumption. Pregnant women, immunocompromised people and the elderly should be particularly alert to these symptoms. For any questions, you can contact the contact number provided: 0800900343. The end date of the recall procedure is set to November 17, 2023.


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