Tedi: Dangerous to health!  Bargain store recalls snack

A recall campaign for a specific article is not uncommon. However, if you have the following product in your home, then you need to be particularly careful.

In addition to lots of decorations, stationery and the like, the cheap Tedi shop also offers its customers a certain range of snacks. However, an incident has now occurred with one of the edible items related to chips, popcorn and lollipops – and it should be taken seriously!

Tedi article is harmful to health

According to an official statement from the one-euro shop Tedi, the focus of the recall campaign is on biscuits – more precisely, the Aldiva unicorn biscuits. The product is available in a 220 gram pack and should be a great source of joy, especially for younger customers.

But be careful: Tests by Tedi quality management revealed that the pink colored biscuits have increased levels of 3-MCPD and glycidol. These substances can be harmful to the human body. For this reason, further consumption of the sweets is not recommended.

Exchange in Tedi branch easily possible

All packs with the best before dates of September 4, 2023 and December 23, 2023 are affected. The product was still available from September 17, 2021 to January 20, 2023 in Tedi branches throughout Germany.

Further news:

If you have one of the affected items at home, you can easily return the product to your Tedi branch and get your money back, or exchange it for another item from the range. If there are any further questions, customers can of course also contact customer service at [email protected]

Tedi product attracts attention again

Incidentally, this product did not cause a stir for the first time. The Einhorn biscuits were recalled throughout Germany in September last year. The reason was the same then as it is now.

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J. A. Allen

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