Customers who have purchased Carlsberg non-alcoholic beer may be surprised by a roadside check. Wrong labels were attached to the bottles on the production line. The main label indicates that it is an alcohol-free product. In fact, it contains 5 percent alcohol by volume. The back label of the product is correct.
What product should you be careful about? Carlsberg Pilsner Premium beer in 500ml bottles with batch numbers and minimum expiration date: LPL03L/215, 04/30/22, the hours indicated on the bottle are from 10:05 to 10:27, subject to withdrawal from stores.
Incorrectly labeled beer went to Pedronka chain stores. Jerónimo Martins Polska was informed of the need to block defective merchandise. Carlsberg reports its consumers’ error on its website. The entrepreneur also asked Jeronimo Martins Polska to post messages about incorrectly labeled products in stores.
If you have already purchased Carlsberg Pilsner Premium beer with the batch number shown above, you can exchange it or return it to the store, or call the Carlsberg Polska hotline. Read also: A holiday delicacy that can be seriously poisoned. Be careful when shopping
According to the chief health inspector, ecological pasta will also be withdrawn from stores. Contamination of a pasta ingredient with 2-chlorotanol. 2-Chloroethanol is a substance derived from ethylene oxide and is harmful to health. This substance is not allowed in food in the European Union, according to a GIS notification.
Customers who have recently purchased almond and coconut milk from Bjorg should also exercise caution. Some batches of plant-based beverages will be phased out from stores due to the use of an ingredient contaminated with ethylene oxide in their production. Product batch numbers can be checked on the official GIS website. ([email protected], Foot. GIS, Unsplash – Courtney Corlow)
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