Lidl: Call the pasta sauce! Contains toxic substance
Lidl– Customers watch out! The splitter recalls a product.
Affected “Italiamo Pesto alla Genovese” in the 190g bowl that comes with it Lidl It can be purchased in Germany and Austria.
Lidl: Pesto was recalled due to a toxic substance
As reported by “produktwarnung.eu”, the Italian manufacturer “F.IIi Polli spa” has informed that the “Italiamo Pesto alla Genovese” will be recalled with the best date before 03/2024. As stated by the company, it cannot be excluded that the product is contaminated with ethylene oxide.
This is the Lidl:
- The first Lidl branches opened in Ludwigshafen in the 1970s
- In 1999, Lidl was the first to introduce scanner cash registers
- Lidl has branches in almost every country in Europe
- Even in the United States there are about 100 branches
- Over 190,000 employees worldwide, in Germany over 70,000 (as of 2020)
The substance is not authorized in the European Union. The active ingredient of the biocide is classified as harmful. Customers should pay attention to the return and not to consume the product under any circumstances.
Affected pesto cups can be returned at all Lidl branches. Of course, the money for that will be compensated. If you no longer have the purchase receipt to hand, that’s not a problem.
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Only glasses equipped with MHD 03/2024 and lot numbers MUB533 and MUB535 are affected by the recall. The other products of the “Italiamo” brand are said to beproduktwarnung.eu“Don’t be impressed. (poison)
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