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After the discovery of norovirus, these raspberries should not be eaten

After the discovery of norovirus, these raspberries should not be eaten

For cakes or ice cream, you can always have frozen fruit in your freezer. Be careful if you have whole raspberries from the Carrefour organic brand. This Thursday, June 27, Official user reminder website All Carrefour stores in France are issuing a recall regarding this 400 gram sachet sold between April 3 and June 25, 2024.

The relevant lot exhibits GTIN code 3560071331771, which belongs to lot 50616301, with a minimum durability date of April 3, 2026. The Rappel Conso site warns of the presence of norovirus. Symptoms consistent with acute gastroenteritis include vomiting, nausea, diarrhea isolated or headache, abdominal cramps, malaise, anorexia, fever, chills.

People who consume the above mentioned products and have symptoms of gastroenteritis (vomiting, diarrhea often accompanied by moderate fever) are invited to consult their doctor and report this consumption. People who are immunocompromised should pay special attention to these symptoms, which may indicate infection by the virus responsible for gastroenteritis (norovirus), which has an incubation period of up to 48 hours.“, the Rappel Conso website specifies. If the symptoms are sudden and bothersome, most sick people feel better within one to two days without any problems with their health.

If you have these raspberries in your freezer, it's best not to eat them and return them directly to the place of purchase for a refund. For any query, you can contact 0 805 909 809. This recall process will end on Sunday August 25, 2024.

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