Recall: tuna salad may contain foreign bodies
FRINSA Deutschland GmbH from Dusseldorf has begun to withdraw the “BILLA Tuna Salad Tuscany” article. According to the company, a fish product can contain small stones. Food that may contain foreign bodies should be stopped.
The Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety (AGES) provides information on their locations website By summons from FRINSA Deutschland GmbH. So the company started recalling the “BILLA Tuna Salad Tuscany 160g” on May 28, 2021.
Possible grits in a tuna salad
“BILLA Tuna Salad Tuscany 160g” is affected by EAN code 9002233027374 with product recall.
“In order to rule out potential health risks due to the possibility of the smallest stones, we advise against consuming the product!” , As the original summons says.
“For safety reasons, the entire stock of the product has been excluded, meaning all the better dates / batches before that, from the sale,” the company continues.
Affected merchandise that was actually purchased can now be returned without a receipt.
If you have any questions, please contact FRINSA Deutschland GmbH at +49 211-740 77900.
Do not consume the product
Foreign bodies in food can cause various injuries and diseases. For example, when ingested it can lead to mouth and throat wounds
In addition, the parts that are swallowed – if they are large enough – can block the esophagus or digestive system.
Moreover, the small parts remaining in the body can sometimes lead to inflammation. For this reason, products that may contain foreign bodies should not be consumed. (ad)
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