Several products were removed from the Aldi, Lidl and Spar banners due to the presence of residues from a plant protection product (ethylene oxide).
ALdi and Lidl recall the blue cord due to the presence of waste from a plant protection product (ethylene oxide) in a food additive, the two supermarket chains announced on Tuesday in various press releases.
Consumers are advised not to eat Belgian quality Belgian cord (300 grams, EAN code: 27013267) and to return it to the store where it will be refunded. The meat was sold at all Aldi stores from June 4 to September 17.
Lidl launches a similar blue cord recovery procedure (340 grams, EAN code: 4056489214601), sold between June 6 and September 17.
Spar is reminiscent of cooked ham with herbs
Spar supermarkets recall herbal cooked ham due to the presence of waste from a plant protection product (ethylene oxide) in a food additive, Colruyt-owned supermarket chain said on Tuesday.
The product was on sale from August 26th. In the meantime it has been taken off the shelves. Customers who have purchased this charcuterie are advised not to consume it and return it to the store, where they will be refunded.
Product description: Spar Cooked ham with herbs 100 g
Minimum durability dates (DLC): 20/09/2021, 25/09/2021, 27/09/2021, 02/10/2021, 04/10/2021, 09/10/2021 and 11/10/2021
Article number: 554502
Lot numbers: 2237320432, 2242090433, 2244090433, 2249090433, 2249080434, 2251080434, 2256080434, 2256390435 and 2258010436