callback on the Bio-manufacturer Alnatura: are chickpeas affected and there is a risk of injury. The product could receive a sliver of glass.caution recall at Alnatura! shards of glass, trigger a callback* at Alnatura. the risk of injury and health risk : The Bio-brand calls back now, we have special batches of chickpeas . the Alnatura is offering all affected customers the replacement of the goods.
Kassel attention callback on the Bio-brand : The callback on Alnatura relates to various shopping markets: The Bio-brand is sold in the organic supermarket, as well as Edeka, Müller, Rossmann and Tegut .
callback on organic brand Alnatura popular organic product health risk
back dried Alnatura chickpeas in the 500g bag, which may be a foreign body made of glass are in individual packs of the product to be launched. carries There is a risk of injury! You may want to look whether you have this variety of chickpeas at home.
According to the manufacturer, there are currently under the brand Alnatura 1.350 organic food. This is, among other things, to bread and bread spreads, and cereals and cereal products - but also to the affected and well-known chickpeas of the Bio-brand.
callback at Alnatura: chickpeas
Here are all the important to the callback at Alnatura Overview:product name: "Alnatura chick peas, dried" manufacturer: Alnatura Produktions - und Handels GmbH size: 500g pack date of minimum durability: 14.01.2021 and 27.01.2021 risk of injury due to glass splinters Affected markets: Alnatura Super Natur Markt, Edeka, Müller, Rossmann,Tegut, Globus, Hit, AEZ (trade group, Dohle), Budni + callback - caution! Organic brand Alnatura calls chickpeas: caution - risk of injury due to glass splinters©Carolin Eckenfels/picture alliance/dpa
callback: Glass foreign body in Alnatura mountains risk of injury
The Bio-brand Alnatura has chickpeas as a precaution a product recall for " Alnatura chickpeas, dried " in the 500g pack with the minimum shelf-life data, 14.01.2021 and 27.01.2021 published. According to the manufacturer and retailer Alnatura can not be excluded that there is a foreign body made of glass are in individual packs of the product. The accidental consumption of this foreign body carries with it a high risk of injury and can be harmful to health .
Alnatura has already made arrangements, and the goods was as a precautionary measure, withdrawn from sale. The Bio-brand has announced that customers who have a box of Alnatura chickpeas with the above-mentioned minimum durability data to your home, it should no longer devour as a precaution, you could bring back the product. "You will of course receive a replacement," writes Alnatura on the company's Website, and Facebook to the recall of the dried chickpeas.
callback at Alnatura: caution - Two of minimum durability data are affected
are chickpeas Affected batches with the minimum durability data 14.01.2021 and 27.01.2021 . Anyone who is not sure where to find the indication of the minimum durability date is printed on the side of the packaging.
Furthermore, it was announced that no other minimum shelf-life are affected by data from the callback . The manufacturer and dealer Alnatura regrets the incident and is asking its customers for the inconvenience.
The Bio-brand is Europe - and Germany is widely distributed, both in the own organic super markets as well as Alnatura trading partners. About 12,700 outlets in 16 countries. In Germany, the organic brand Alnatura is sold in the organic supermarket and Edeka, Müller,Rossmann, Tegut, Globus, Hit, AEZ (trade group, Dohle), as well as in Budni.
foreign body in the food are often the reason for a callback - not only at Alnatura
Also, when eating a popular chocolate at Rewe is a risk of injury, therefore, it came to a recall. Similar to the chickpeas the organic brand Alnatura can be foreign body in the tables - in this case, it is the plastic parts.
earlier , a product of Rewe , due to possible plastic particles was to be called back. In addition, there was also an increased risk of injury due to the consumption of the affected Pizza-Snacks, which made a recall of the product from the manufacturer Dermaris and retailer Rewe necessary.
The Discounter Lidl recalls a Salami Snack. It can lead to internal injuries.
Jennifer GreveDate Of Update: 23 May 2020, 16:34