Frozen pizzas are very popular with many consumers. If you are hungry but need something quick, then they are a must-have in many households. But customers should better keep their hands off a pizza at Netto.
Because the manufacturer himself has now recalled his product. The reason is that there could be wire in the affected articles.
Net: Recall of frozen pizza – beware of wire hazard!
Manufacturer HASA GmbH has recalled its Mondo Italiano stone oven pizza Funghi (2x 365 gram pack), as reported by the portal “lebensmittelalarm.de”. It could not be ruled out that there is wire in individual packages.
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Affected are the frozen pizzas with the best before date August 28, 2023. This can be read on the side of the packaging. The goods were therefore recalled for preventive consumer protection reasons. The pizzas are available nationwide at Netto. However, according to the manufacturer, the goods in question were immediately withdrawn from sale.
Other sell-by dates or other Mondo Italiano items are not affected. Anyone who already has a corresponding frozen pizza should not take the risk of eating it. Wire in the pizza can lead to injuries in the mouth and throat, among other things. But even internal injuries cannot be ruled out in the worst case. HASA therefore advises returning the purchased items to a Netto store. Even without presenting a receipt, customers will be refunded the money.
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