Edeka recall of Apostel vegan Zaziki.

Big recall at Edeka!

A popular product is at Edeka recalled. Consumption could have nasty consequences for some customers.

Edeka has to take back a popular product

“ProductWarning.eu” is currently providing information about an important recall at Edeka. Apostle Greek specialties GmbH admits mistakes in the labeling of the “Apostle vegan tzatziki”. As a result, when the products were packed by the service provider, tzatziki containing yoghurt was mixed up.

Edeka has to recall this vegan Zaziki from Apostel. Photo: Apostle Greek Specialties Ltd

The company cannot therefore rule out the possibility that the incorrectly labeled yoghurt products would also be among the vegan products. The 150-gram cup with the best-before date of November 8, 2022 and lot number: 222490061 is affected.


This is Edeka:

  • Edeka was founded in Leipzig in 1907
  • Edeka stands for Epurchasing cooperative i.ehe KColonial Goods Merchant
  • Edeka’s headquarters are in Hamburg
  • Turnover: 61 billion euros (2020)
  • 402,000 people work at Edeka (as of 2020)

Consumption can be dangerous for YOU!

A warning must be given at this point, because the consumption of milk allergens can lead to serious health problems for allergy sufferers. Severe allergic reactions cannot be ruled out.


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To be on the safe side, “ProductWarning.eu” recommends returning the affected items to the respective sales outlets.

Source: Derwesten

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