Charcuterie lovers, be careful the next time you have an aperitif! A batch of country pâté is the subject of a product recall this Wednesday, June 22, 2022. The cause? The risk of the presence of foreign bodies inside, here pieces of glass, likely to represent a danger for the consumer. In some other cases, the problem may come from the presence of pieces of textile, metal or even plastic.

It is an organic country pâté in a 180g verrine from the Stephan brand marketed between August 18, 2021 and June 21, 2022 by Maison Chazal, a leading distributor of delicatessen products, but also by five supermarkets in the four corners. from France. Find out which ones in our slideshow below. Here is the reference to know to know if you have this country pâté in your kitchen:

The salubrity mark of the country pâté verrine is FR 22.225.001 CE.

Due to the risk of injury or adverse effects incurred by consumers following the ingestion of this pâté, it is recommended that people who have purchased these products do not consume them or use them in their culinary preparations… But also to destroy it or return it to the point of sale before Tuesday, July 5, 2022 in order to obtain a refund or an exchange. For any further questions, you can contact consumer service on 0688460213.