Danger to life: lettuce-recall-action in the case of a market purchase of EDEKA due to unlabeled allergens

Danger to life: lettuce-recall-action in the case of a market purchase of EDEKA due to unlabeled allergens

Regional sale of goods, the callback in the case of EDEKA, and the market

The supermarket chain EDEKA warns currently your customers from potential health hazards that can emanate from a offered salad. The affected item has not been fitted with the wrong label, causing the contained ingredients votes. This can be especially for people with a food Allergy dangerous.

It is the finished salad “EDEKA deli Caesar Snack salad” from the manufacturer garden fresh Young GmbH. The affected product was available in a 280-gram pack, and it has the date of minimum durability 23. March 2019.

Wrong label on the Caesar salad with EDEKA

Such as Edeka tells, can be located on the Caesar salad, a wrong label with the inscription “salad-vegetable mixture with the Radishes, nuts and herb Dressing”. Thus, contained allergens such as skimmed milk, yoghurt, hard cheese, egg yolk, anchovy paste, milk, lysozyme (from Egg), as well as wheat flour as ingredients to be specified. People react to these substances, allergic, should eat the salad, therefore, in any case.

Salad can be eaten by Non-Allergy sufferers

Except for the wrong award, everything is according to the EDEKA with the salad. “The product is of fine quality and can be consumed by Non-allergic people safely,” writes the company in a customer-information on the company’s website. The falsely declared goods, had already been from the sale. Customers who have purchased the corresponding product, you can give to your shopping sites and get back the purchase price without presentation of the receipts.

The article was offered in several länder

According to the EDEKA Zentrale AG & Co. KG was offered the Caesar salad, both at EDEKA as well as market purchase. Affected all stores in the Federal States of Baden-Württemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate, the Saarland, Hesse, Thuringia, Saxony as well as in Parts of Bavaria, North Rhine-Westphalia and lower Saxony. (vb)

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