Possible pollution: real and HIT call free-range eggs

The Heinrich Goertz GmbH & co. KG, with headquarters in Niederkrüchten calls back, as a precaution, the eggs that were sold in branches of the supermarket chain

Possible pollution: real and HIT call free-range eggs

The Heinrich Goertz GmbH & co. KG, with headquarters in Niederkrüchten calls back, as a precaution, the eggs that were sold in branches of the supermarket chains real and HIT.

the company announced that the recall of eggs to eggs of the size M to L with the print numbers 1-EN-0355091 and 1-DE-0363561 .

this up to the 01.08.2020 to 6 series and packs of 10 have been Sold .

it is Unclear which pollutant is

According to the producer may occur in the case of these eggs, an "Environmental contaminant above the legal limit". What type or what kind of fabric it is, was not notified.

There is no product images were made available, should customers who have purchased in the past few days, eggs in the case of real or HIT check, the numbers printed on the eggs and the carton.

From the consumption of the affected products is strongly discouraged.

Until the 01.08.2020 purchased eggs can be returned into the respective outlets. The purchase price will be refunded.

If you have further questions, customers can reach the hotline from Monday to Friday between 07:00 and 17:00 02163 / 33870 to.

Cornelia Bertram

*The contribution of "Potential pollutant loads: the real and HIT call free-range eggs" is published by FitForFun. Contact with the executives here.

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Updated Date: 06 August 2020, 12:26

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