The Christmas holidays are fast approaching, but the recall procedures obviously have no intention of taking any. Indeed, they have not recently diminished and are still numerous.

If you are a regular customer of the Carrefour brand, it is important to carefully follow these procedures because the brand’s supermarkets are not exempt from them. At this time, about ten products are being recalled and some may well be in your purchases.

To follow the recall procedures, there is a website to follow, recall conso, which lists all the recalled products as well as the references and the list of the supermarkets concerned. But each brand such as Carrefour, E. Leclerc or Intermarché also has its own platform to inform customers in the event of recalls.

But what if you find that one of the foods in your possession has been recalled? First of all, it is important to check whether the product poses a risk to your health. Thus, in the event of Salmonella, E. coli or Listeria, it is advisable not to consume the product to avoid any medical complications.

Then you have to go to the point of sale where the product was purchased to deliver it to the supermarket. It is then possible to obtain a refund or an exchange.

At the moment, the Carrefour brand is recalling a dozen products that could prove dangerous for consumers. So make sure that the foods in this slideshow are not also in your cupboards.