if you bought sauces in the store, don’t eat them, bring them back quickly!

After pizza, cheese and chocolates, Silverswan soy sauce is suspected of being harmful to health.

Soy Sauce Recall Warning: Recently, the number of products being pulled from shelves seems to have exploded. However, it needs to be put into perspective as it is a widespread phenomenon.

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In fact, it happens every day. Despite this, many items were massively recalled between March and April, including these sauces.

Recall alert across France for soy sauce!

These include contaminated Kinder chocolates, boxes of top-budget sugar and frozen Buitoni pizzas. The reason these products are being recalled is that they have been determined to be unsafe or potentially unsafe for the general public.

The reason is the presence of a certain component or bacterium that can cause disease or poisoning. The most common is salmonella poisoning, which can cause salmonellosis. In this regard, Europe has experienced 150 cases of salmonellosis as a result of the Kinder case.

Recall of Silverswan Soy Sauce

Attention, because another product has just been added to the already long list. This is Silverswan soy sauce. The product is suspected to contain a 3-mcpd impurity.

You may have bought it because the soy sauce was available across France between January 17th and March 1st, 2022. The food product was sold in one liter bottles. Government site Rappel Conso has provided all the information to identify the famous sauce.

The barcode 79809001624 Lot 2022017483 is shown on each bottle. So check your closets and shelves. We never know !

And don’t let the expiration date fool you. Although August 16, 2023 is marked, the sauce is simply not edible or you will get sick.

Rather than take that risk, it would be safest to destroy or throw it away and be careful to empty the bottle. If this is too much waste for you, return the product regardless of the quantity in the store. The supermarket will then reimburse you even without a receipt.

More than 300 reminders per month

Between March 2021 and March 2022, almost 4,300 of its products were recalled in France. This corresponds to an average of around 350 reminders per month. An incredible number considering that there are only 30 days in a month. The reasons for these recalls are of course varied.

They can be due to poor labeling, the presence of pathogens (listeria, salmonella, etc.) or hazardous materials (cobalt, glass, etc.). For example, the massive recall of ice cream across Europe since fall 2020 has been linked to the presence of ethylene oxide.

Track all product recalls

With hundreds of product recalls every day, it’s important to stay up to date on recalls. A list of recalled products is available on the government’s Recall Conso website.

This is indeed the most reliable source as it is from the government. Detailed information sheets on all recalled products can be found on the website.

What are the risks involved?


It goes without saying that the recalled products are to be avoided. They can therefore no longer be consumed. As mentioned above, they are potentially dangerous, even deadly in some cases. Most commonly, these are chemical poisoning, contracting diseases, or swallowing sharp objects such as glass.

In short, the risks are significant. Vigilance is therefore essential because your health and that of your family is at stake.

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