It is the end of beans. As much appreciated by its amateurs as decried by those who do not appreciate it, this green vegetable is not unanimous. One thing is certain: it is still particularly consumed in France and it is therefore important to always keep an eye on the potential recall procedures that may concern these products.
Indeed, various frozen food brands are currently recalling their products from stores. The reasons would be plural depending on the products but the risks should remain limited. However, it is still advisable not to consume them and to bring them back to the store for a refund.
Here is the list of affected products and all the information you need to know about them.
Our garden brand frozen very fine green beans. This product was sold in 1 kg packs on the shelves of E. Leclerc supermarkets throughout France from May 23, 2022 to November 9, 2022. These green beans present a risk of the potential presence of traces of hydrocarbons linked to the equipment of harvest. Several batches are affected:
Thiriet brand frozen very fine green beans. Sold in 1 kg packs directly by the Thiriet distributor, these vegetables have a risk of organoleptic defects. Only one batch is affected:
Tous les jours brand frozen very fine green beans. This product, sold in 1.2kg packs in Casino distribution network supermarkets, is being recalled due to organoleptic changes. On shelves from July 29, 2022 to November 8, 2022, only one lot is affected:
Casino brand frozen very fine green beans. This product was sold in 1 kg packs on the supermarket shelves of Casino distribution networks throughout France from July 8, 2022 to November 8, 2022. These beans are being recalled due to organoleptic changes. Only one batch is affected: