The year 2024 has barely begun, product recalls continue to pile up. In recent days, several ranges of sausages have been affected by a recall procedure. Indeed, as displayed on the government website Rappel conso, responsible for listing potentially harmful foodstuffs, the products could potentially carry salmonella, the agent responsible for salmonellosis. So what should you do if you have already consumed one or more of these items? Here’s what you need to know.

Consumers who have purchased these products are invited and even asked not to eat them or cook them in any form, according to the dangerous product alerts site. If you have already ingested one of these foods, be alert for the appearance of certain symptoms such as fever, headache or even gastrointestinal problems. Contact your doctor in the event of symptoms, without forgetting to mention this risky consumption to him or her.

According to the Rappel Conso website, symptoms in the event of salmonella contamination “may be more pronounced in young children, pregnant women, immunocompromised individuals and the elderly”, while specifying that it is “unnecessary to worry and consult a doctor in the absence of symptoms within 7 days of consumption of the products concerned.

As a reminder, consumers who have purchased one of these ranges of sausages or several of them are invited not to eat them. Furthermore, if you wish to obtain a refund, you are advised to keep the product in order to return it to the supermarket from which you purchased it. Please note that the most common reimbursement options are in the form of vouchers or discounts on your customer card, if you have one.

After knowing the risks incurred for your health in the event of consumption, as well as the steps to follow to obtain a reimbursement, discover in our slideshow below, which products are highlighted by the Conso Recall site.