Lidl recalls cheese!  Its consumption can become really dangerous for customers

Lidl is recalling food – it can be fatal for allergy sufferers

Lidl is recalling food – it can be fatal for allergy sufferers

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Lidl must recall a popular product!

Actually, vegetables are always considered healthy, but these greens could be for some customers of Lidl become a life-threatening hazard.

Lidl is recalling THIS popular vegetable – the reason is serious

Many people add parsley to their dishes as a topping. A dip or a salad is quickly refined with the greens. The kitchen herb should not be missing in the kitchen of many Germans, along with basil and chives. However, the Dutch supplier Fossa Eugenia BV is currently recalling the product “Parsley Smooth, 40g” with the batch L3006 EH 10 and the country of origin Italy.

And for a serious reason, as the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) warns! According to the manufacturer, the product could contain celery.


This could have serious consequences for allergy sufferers, so consumption is strongly discouraged. The symptoms range from swelling of the mucous membranes in the mouth, nose and throat to nausea, diarrhea and itching on the skin. In the worst case, people allergic to celery could face life-threatening anaphylactic shock.

Lidl gives those affected money back

Lidl reacted immediately and removed the affected product from the range. Customers now have the option of exchanging the item and getting their money back without presenting a receipt.



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Other products sold by Lidl in Germany from the supplier Fossa Eugenia BV and parsley from other suppliers are not affected by the recall. In addition, consumers who do not have a celery allergy should be able to eat parsley without hesitation. (cg)


Source: Derwesten

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