Recall wave at Aldi: Numerous goods affected.


The supplier “Partners in Bio GmbH” recalls the article “Gut Bio – Kerne Mix” in the 275 gram package. In the sesame portion of the mixed grains residues of a plant protection agent were detected. All best-before dates from July 15, 2021 up to and including September 3, 2021 are affected. The article was distributed by Aldi Nord as well as Aldi Süd.

The discounters Aldi Nord and Aldi Süd provide information about several articles that are recalled for various reasons. Affected are goods from the category cheese, yoghurt, seeds and kernels as well as coconut flakes. The products affected by the recall should no longer be consumed. The following articles are affected.

French semi-hard cheese in several varieties

The supplier “Fromages d’Europe S.&D. GmbH” recalls all varieties of the product “French semi-hard cheese”. Affected are all best-before dates up to and including December 16, 2020. Reason for the recall: Metal splinters were discovered in samples of the cheese. The articles were traded under the brand names “Coq de France” (distributor Fromagerie de Busseau) and “Roi de Trefle” (distributor FDE). The cheese was offered in the following varieties:

Good Organic – Seed Mix

The supplier “Die Frischebox GmbH” recalls the product “NATURE Favourites Coconut Pieces Extra Crispy” in the 100 gram package with the best before date 24 May 2021. Salmonella was found in samples. When consumed, gastrointestinal diseases such as diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting are threatened. The affected product was offered in the entire sales area of Aldi South.

Yoghurt, cheese, snacks – Aldi recalls many goods

The supplier “Ehrmann” recalls the article “Almighurt fruit yoghurt, raspberry” in the 150 gram cup. Affected are all articles with the best-before date 29 October 2020. The yoghurt was offered at Aldi Süd in the entire salesroom. At Aldi Nord only the stores in Beverstedt, Greven, Nortorf, Radevormwald and Schloß-Holte are affected. The product was also sold by the discounters LIDL and PENNY.

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