Meat, white or red, is one of the foods most at risk of causing food poisoning. According to Femme Actuelle, bacteria and worms from an animal can be transmitted to humans during consumption. “For red meats, there is Escherichia coli infection and taenia for beef (especially minced meat), mutton, goat or trichinosis for horses (…) poorly or undercooked poultry can cause Campylobacter bacterial infection or dioxin poisoning for chicken,” the magazine said.
For these reasons, meat is one of the products regularly subject to product recalls. Pâtés, ham, chicken cutlets, pork belly, chipolatas… No department is spared. Recently, several batches of meat have been recalled from the store. Check them out in our slideshow below, along with the supermarkets where you can return them for a refund.
To reduce the risk of contamination, you can take a number of precautions as follows:
In addition, be careful to cook white meat well before eating it.