these honey pots sold in Auchan, Intermarché and E.Leclerc must not be consumed!

Please note that jars of honey sold in Auchan, Intermarché or E.Leclerc supermarkets are subject to in-store pickup and recall. Find out which.

Honey pots sold by some distributors such as Carrefour, E.Leclerc and Intermarché have just been withdrawn from sale and are subject to an in-store recall. The reason ? The flavor and color would not conform and could lead to organoleptic changes.

Fortunately, these products do not pose a risk to our health, but only to our taste buds! The Rappel.conso.gouv.fr website invites customers to stop consuming them and to return them as soon as possible to the point of sale or to contact customer service on 04 77 67 17 33 (toll free ).

Products affected by the recall

Two products of the Miel Besacier brand are at issue. The first is a 500g pot of organic orange blossom honey sold in some Auchan, Intermarché and E.Leclerc stores. This is lot 11/02/2023 L2B with an international item code (GTIN) 3110770420131. The expiration date is November 02, 2023.

The second is a jar of honey of the same brand sold in some Carrefour Market and E.Leclerc stores. They are batches 01/10/2024 L3D and 07/07/2023 L3D with the international item code (GTIN) 3110770001934. The expiration dates for these products are 07/07/2023 and 01/10/2024 .

Where can I find the list of collected products?

You can find the complete list of recalled products on the platform recall.conso.gouv.fr. Created by the Directorate-General for Competition, Consumption and Fraud Prevention (DGCCRF) in April 2021, this website lists all product recalls classified by category (food, hygiene and beauty, home and habitat). For each recall procedure, the reference (batch number) and photo of the product are indicated, as well as the risks incurred. Only drugs are not included in the list.

You can also find all product recalls on the Twitter account @RappelConso or on the websites of the brands in question.

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Product recall: a site to find all dangerous products

The list of all product recalls will be available this Thursday on the Rappel conso website, launched by the government.

Pizzas, chocolates, cheeses, ice cubes. All product recalls will now be reported through a single portal starting April 1, 2021. No more searching websites and the media to find out if a product is unsafe or defective. An informed consumer is worth two.

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Consumer products (food, home, childcare, etc.) that pose a risk to the health or safety of consumers may be recalled. If the recall is made before the product goes on sale, it will never reach supermarkets. But if, unfortunately, a product is recalled after being put up for sale, buyers are forced to return the product to the store for destruction.

Retailers behind product recalls are required to notify governments and consumers through their websites, social media and media.

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Unfortunately, information often goes unnoticed, leaving many users in the dark.

A website accessible to everyone

To combat this phenomenon and better inform consumers, the Directorate General for Competition, Consumers and Fraud Prevention (DGCCRF) has created a portal that lists all product recalls reported in France. This website, rappel.conso.gouv.fr, free of charge and available from Thursday, April 1, 2021, is intended to be the only website for warnings about dangerous products.

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On this portal, product recalls will be classified into different topics (food, hygiene-beauty, habitat-home, appliances-utensils, etc.) the geographic area in question. Medications, on the other hand, will be absent from this list. Medicines and medical devices will continue to be declared to the National Medicines Safety Agency (ANSM) under existing procedures, specifies the Ministry of Economy.

All this information will be detailed by the professional himself, who will have the obligation to declare all his recalls on this site, filling out a product sheet. Everything, therefore, falls on the shoulders of companies, which we hope will not take too long to react.

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