Aperitif, tabbouleh, barbecue… Spring is now well established in France and summer is fast approaching. But the arrival of sunny days is also synonymous with a change in our plates. Gone are the raclettes, soups and all winter dishes, make way for the barbecue and the foods of the sun.
This time of year is also ideal to resume the tradition of the aperitif. Cocktails, rosé or fruit juices accompanied by all kinds of appetizers or cookies. The pâté and the terrines are therefore also invited to the table with the rest of the guests.
But, like all foods, these products are also subject to recall procedures. Listeria, E. Coli or even labeling error, the reasons can be multiple. This time, it is rabbit terrine which is concerned and recalled throughout France due to the presence of an allergen, hazelnut, not declared on the label.
Two products are concerned. Here are their references:
180 g slice of rabbit terrine with old-fashioned mustard from Antoine Sabatier:
180 g slice of rabbit terrine with mustard from Antoine Sabatier:
These products were on sale in five major supermarket chains across the country. If you are in possession of one of these terrines, it is now possible to bring it back to a point of sale to obtain a refund.
Discover the list of affected stores in our slideshow.