For some time now, a product recall note has mentioned Häagen-Dazs ice cream. For good reason, we find a carcinogenic component. Learn all the details about the contaminated product in this article.
Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream Product Recall
It is true that it’s ice cream season. Most of us consume it to refresh ourselves. Especially since for some time now, the heat has persisted in our regions. However, you have to be careful before buying it. Certain batches of ice cream marketed in Belgium have been subject to a product recall campaign.
❌ Consumer Reminder: Four Types of Häagen-Dazs Vanilla Ice Cream Recalled https://t.co/IdxKsoRFXZ via @Independent
– The Independent (@independent) July 7, 2022
In fact, this refers seven ice cream Häagen-Dazs brand. These batches had to be removed from shelves following the discovery of carcinogenic components. It was the American group George Mills that sounded the alarm. This element in question is 2-chloroethanol. The latter is an indicator of the presence of ethylene oxide, a carcinogenic pesticidein these ice cream
This product recall campaign was announced by the Belgian Federal Food Safety Agency (AFSCA). According to the latter, these are stores such as Albert Heijn and Intermarché who marketed these lots. We also found some in Jumbo.
According to the information received, the problem comes froma vanilla supplier. Consequently, Georges Mills has withdrawn products containing vanilla from this supplier.
Product Recall: Ice Cream Recalled in France
This is not the first time that a Häagen-Dazs ice cream are the subject of a food scandal. Remember that on August 4, 2022, the Belgians have already withdrawn ten products of the brand in supermarkets. France had rightly alerted them, on July 8, 2022, through the RASFF system, of the presence of ethylene oxide in these ice creams.
Since then, various members of the European Union have done the same in their stores. They also didn’t forgetwarn customers about the risks consumption of these products.
In the case of France, it had withdrawn 18 Häagen-Daz ice creamss after this product recall. A retreat that took place on August 5, 2022.
Conso removes the pin from several batches of ice creamhttps://t.co/3MVp0W21Hr
— IEUP (@ieupmedia) August 6, 2022
For its part, Spain took a similar action. According to national security agencies, the Spanish seized 20 Häagen-Dazs products on August 8, 2022.
After this scandal, we ask that you always be attentive before eating ice cream.
Some Cake Batches to Avoid
It is not only with ice cream that you have to be careful. A product recall campaign also affects certain batches of cakes sold in supermarkets.
It is also quite unfortunate that it is children’s favorite products. Sure enough, on August 3, 2022, we were told that certain cakes sold in supermarkets are prohibited for consumption.
For good reason, they contain foreign bodies such as glass, metal, plastic, textiles, and even paper. The products in question are 250, 500 and 800 g sponge cakes. The Marbled Bar of 500 g of the P’tit Déli brand was also affected by this product recall.
Please note that all of these cakes were sold at Leclerc between June 17 and August 3, 2022. These are multiple lots. These are their GTINs: 3564700487464, 3564700019481, 3564700019474 as much as 3564700793770. Its minimum duration date is between August 15 and September 12, 2022.
Following the discovery of these foreign bodies in these cakes, we therefore recommend to each of us that do not consume. In fact, our digestive system could be damaged by swallowing the products in question. So if you bought some, you can return these cakes to the store where you bought them or call customer service.
It must be recognized that product recalls become more and more frequent in France. After the nuggets, contaminated like the ice creams, now it is the cakes that are affected. Therefore, the wording advises him to always be vigilant so as not to miss product recalls. This can help you avoid the worst.
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