Each day is enough for its reminder. After salads, yogurts and meat, sausage returns to the list of recalled products. The Henri Raffin company has voluntarily recalled two hazelnut dry sausages from the brand of the same name and from the Le Galibier brand. The cause: the possible presence of pieces of glass in the products, indicates Rappel Conso.

They were marketed between April 22, 2022 and June 18, 2022, in a 200 gram sachet. If you have purchased some recently, make sure it is not one of the sausages affected by this recall procedure. Here’s how to identify them:

– Dry sausage with hazelnuts Henri Raffin:

– Dry sausage with hazelnuts Le Galibier:

These two products were marketed in six different brands throughout France. Discover the list of supermarkets concerned in the slideshow below.

When you check the last sausage you bought, do you realize that it corresponds to one of the recalled products? Don’t eat it at all! It may contain pieces of glass and you could injure yourself or suffer “adverse effects following ingestion” of this food, specifies Rappel Conso.

You are advised to discard the product, destroy it or return it to your point of sale.

By returning it to the supermarket where you bought it, you can request a refund. You have until July 18, 2022, the end date of this recall procedure, to take this step.