This Friday, April 28, 2023, a new recall for chocolate mousse was posted on the Rappel-conso website. The latter has been removed from the shelves of your supermarkets due to the potential presence of broken glass. This potted chocolate mousse made by the Marie Morin brand was marketed in two different forms.

The product was marketed in two different forms. The first was only composed of a 100 g pot while the second was two 100 g pots. In order to allow you to know if you have these products at home, here are their references:

These products were sold throughout France. Make sure you don’t have these chocolate mousses in your home and if you do, don’t eat them.

Sold in these two forms mentioned above, this recall procedure extends to all of France. Several large retailers sold these two Marie Morin brand products. Among the supermarkets concerned are Atac, Auchan, Casino, Leclerc, Carrefour and the various stores of the U System.

The recall procedure for these products marketed from March 24 to April 25, 2023 follows the discovery of broken glass. Following this discovery, consumers are advised not to ingest this food or use it in any form.

If you have ever consumed this product, you may be subject to the risk of injury or various adverse effects following its ingestion. If you are concerned by these effects, do not hesitate to contact your doctor in order to consult as soon as possible, without forgetting to mention this risky consumption.

Consumers who have purchased this chocolate mousse are invited not to eat it or destroy it. To find out about the different reimbursement methods, simply call 03 44 82 41 47 before the recall procedure ends on Thursday May 11, 2023. You can also go to the supermarket in which you purchased this product in order to get your money back. The most common reimbursement formulas are in the form of vouchers or discounts on your customer card, if you have one.