The retailer Edeka has launched a recall for the product “liver sausage with veal,” in the 150-gram pack. According to the company, early spoilage in sausage because it is properly cooked through.
The Edeka Südwest Fleisch GmbH of Rheinstetten (Baden-Württemberg), calls the product “liver sausage with veal”, 150g, with the date of minimum durability (best before date): 15.07.2020, Batch: 20162. “Reason: Premature spoilage possible, partly because it is not cooked through,” – said in a press release.
“In the framework of the complaint management products referred to on the fell above. Part of the liver sausages are cooked through,” writes the company in the message, published by the Federal office for consumer protection and food safety (BVL) on its Portal “lebensmittelwarnung.de”.
According to the figures of the sale of the liver sausages on the counter. Edeka recalls that the recall only the above MHD is concerned. Consumers can enter products purchased with the minimum shelf life data or batch number in your buying site for a refund of the purchase price back, even without presentation of the receipts.
Requests from consumers, the customer service answered on the Hotline 0721/180558233 or by E-Mail [email protected] The company regrets this incident and apologizes for any inconvenience.
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