April 4, 2020

More Charcuterie La Tour Eiffel Products Recalled in Canada

On February 22, 2012 Charcuterie La Tour Eiffel recalled Parisian Cooked Ham because it may have been contaminated with what the recall said were “dangerous bacteria or parasites.”

Another recall was issued Wednesday for more products from the same company. This time, the recall was issued because the products may be contaminated with Clostridium perfingens. This bacteria can cause serious illness. The products were supplied to retailers, hotels, restaurants, and institutions in Quebec.

If you have questions, call the Canadian Food Inspection Agency at 1-800-442-2342.

Brand NameCommon NameSizeCode(s)UPC
La Belle BretagneOur Cooked Ham – OriginalVariable KgBest Before 12AL14 or 12AL21None
La Belle BretagneSliced Cooked HamVariable KgBest Before 12AL01None
La Belle BretagneOur Cooked Ham – Original Sliced175 gramBest Before 12MR300 55652 00536 1
Tour EiffelCooked Ham – Extra LeanVariable KgLot 271None
Tour EiffelParisian Cooked Ham175 gramBest Before 12MR310 55652 77710 7
Tour EiffelShaved Parisian Cooked Ham400 gramBest Before 12MR20 or 12MR210 55652 77717 6
Tour EiffelShaved Parisian Cooked Ham175 gramBest Before 12MR20 or 12MR210 55652 77728 2
Tour EiffelChopped Cooked Ham400 gramBest Before 12MR160 55652 77719 0
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