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Dangerous coffee in Germany: Splinters warning

Coffee is usually delicious, but now the product is dangerous.  Among other things, there are shards of glass - this is an inferior fake.  Our icon image shows a cup of coffee.

Coffee is usually delicious, but now the product is dangerous. Among other things, there are shards of glass – this is an inferior fake. Our icon image shows a cup of coffee.

Nestlé warns that a counterfeit product is also currently being circulated in Germany. It is about instant coffee. CAUTION: The wrong product can be contaminated with shards of glass and plastic.

Cologne. Warning, there is a risk here: Nestlé is currently warning against counterfeiting Nescafé Gold soluble coffee.

Fake product may contain broken glass and plastic. But how do you recognize fake coffee without trying it and at worst, hurt yourself? Nestle says: The packaging looks like an old version of Nescafe Gold.

“As a counterfeit product that was not available in stores,” the company said. Plus, the shape of the glass hasn’t been used in Nescafe Gold for years.

Warning from Fake Nescafe Gold from Nestle – Danger!

The company advises: “The counterfeit product is not manufactured or distributed by the Nestlé Company.”

It was sold in weekly markets and convenience stores. Nestlé has already contacted the relevant authorities asking them to investigate and stop this criminal activity.

It is important for consumers to distinguish fake goods from real goods using these criteria:

  • subordinate EAN code for a counterfeit is 405500210900
  • The batch number is 60820814B1 9:15 with extension Best ahead of time (preferably before) 10-21
  • This is how it looks The glass with the wrong Nescafe Gold the end…
The photo shows a counterfeit Nescafe piece that is currently in circulation.  Nestle warns against consumption.  It may contain shards of glass and plastic.

The photo shows a counterfeit Nescafe piece that is currently in circulation. Nestle warns against consumption. It may contain shards of glass and plastic.

A Nestlé statement read: “We are shocked by the criminal activity and strongly condemn the fact that our trademark has been counterfeited and illegally marketed. The quality and safety of our products is our top priority.”

Until now, it is not known who is behind the dangerous counterfeit. Anyone who discovers the coffee in question should not drink it under any circumstances. Glass and plastic shards can seriously injure you. (metric tons)

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