If you usually eat toast for breakfast, watch out! A multigrain sandwich loaf is the subject of a voluntary recall by the distribution giant Intermarché, throughout France. Sandwich bread is both a sacrilege for lovers of traditional bread and an inexpensive food that can serve as an accompaniment to any meal.
At breakfast, it is a must in France. Far from the cliché of croissants and pains au chocolat, painful to make yourself, sandwiches are one of the favorite meals of the French to start the day. Indeed, a survey conducted by Lavazza and Ifop in 2019 showed that nearly 57% of French people breakfast with a sandwich every morning.
The sandwich bread affected by these recalls is produced by the Chabrior brand. The reason for this recall? Suspicion of the presence of foreign plant bodies. Specifically, the presence of flaxseed chaff. This straw is very common in organic farming, it acts as soil and insulation for the roots of crops.
According to Rappel Conso, if you ingest this bread you could find yourself swallowing small insects, or even larvae. Absolutely avoid, therefore! The breads concerned would have been marketed in Intermarchés throughout France from November 24, and until the 25th of the same month. It is therefore advisable to bring the corrupted breads to your nearest Intermarché, in order to be able to benefit from a refund. In any case, it is absolutely necessary to avoid consuming them.
But before you rush to the supermarket to get your refund, check if the reference of the recalled product matches the one you identified at home: