Recalls from drugstore chains: broken glass in chocolate, plastic parts in lentil stew
The drugstore chain Rossmann is recalling vegan chocolate from the enerBiO brand. There could be broken glass in the product. Dm-drogerie has also announced a recall: The article "dmBio Linsenopf 400 g" could contain plastic parts.
Shards of glass in vegan chocolate
The drugstore chain Rossmann has launched a recall for vegan chocolate. According to a company press release, “it cannot be ruled out that there is glass splinter in the article enerBiO Vegan Rice-Nougat Crisp, which can cause injuries when consumed.”
Return affected goods to sales outlets
Packs of enerBiO vegan rice nougat crisp (EAN 4305615464718) with batch L17045 should therefore no longer be used and returned to the sales outlets.
The purchase price will be refunded.
According to the company, the product concerned was taken out of sale.
Plastic parts in lentil stew
The drugstore chain dm has also announced a recall. Namely for the article "dmBio lentil stew 400 g" with the best before date (best before date) 30.05.2020.
"It cannot be ruled out that plastic parts could have gotten into the cans with the best before date of May 30, 2020," the company wrote in a message.
Customers are asked not to consume the goods concerned and to bring them back to the DM stores unopened or already opened. The purchase price will be reimbursed.
Splinters of glass in particular can be dangerous
In food production, errors in the manufacturing processes can lead to contamination or foreign bodies such as aluminum or plastic residues.
It can be dangerous if the objects are glass. Broken glass and broken glass can lead to serious injuries in the mouth and throat or to internal injuries. (ad)