According to a recent press release, Fromages d’Europe recalls the articles “Roi de Trèfle French Cheese” and “Coq de France French Cheese”. There could be foreign bodies in the cheese sold at Aldi.
The company Fromages d’Europe has launched a recall for various cheese articles. The reason for the measure: it cannot be ruled out that there are metal residues in the products. We do not advise against consuming the products.
According to the notification, which the Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) has published on its portal “lebensmittelwarnung.de”, the following articles are affected by the recall:
Country widely sold
Distributed by Aldi Nord and Aldi Süd (distributor FDE):
Distributed by Aldi Nord (distributor Fromagerie de Busseau):
According to the information provided, the best-before dates up to and including 16.12.20 are affected. This information can be found on the back of the packaging.
Because of the possible risk of injury, consumers should absolutely observe the recall and not consume the products. The consumption of food containing foreign bodies can lead to injuries in the mouth and throat area as well as in the digestive tract, among other things.
“It cannot be ruled out that the above-mentioned products may contain metallic abrasion due to a technical defect in a packaging machine,” the company writes.
Cheese recall due to foreign bodies
Customers are asked to return the products concerned to the respective store for a refund of the purchase price; a receipt is not required. (ad)
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