In France, 7 out of 10 households consume the famous surimi sticks, wrongly called “crab sticks”, according to figures from Consoglobe. This product is particularly appreciated by us, because it is estimated that 64,000 tonnes are consumed per year… Or 2 kilos per second.
If you are one of the aficionados of this preparation based on fish flesh, beware: a batch is also subject to a recall in all Intermarché stores in France. These are Odyssée brand surimi sticks, in packs of 30 and 48 sticks, or boxes of 500 and 800 grams. They were marketed between July 4 and September 2, 2022, and bear the health mark FR 29 031 500 CE.
Here are the references to know if these surimi sticks are in your refrigerator:
People who have purchased these items are invited to no longer consume them but to return them to the point of sale in order to obtain a refund before Friday, September 16, 2022, the end date of the recall procedure.