The chief health inspector has reported that consecutive batches of ethylene oxide-contaminated ice cream have been recalled from stores. The products were available, among others, at Lidl and Lewiatan.
Pulled ice cream from the stores. Source: GIS
This is another batch of ethylene oxide-contaminated ice cream that GIS has ordered removed from stores.
According to the Ministry of Health, ethylene oxide is a substance harmful to health, and its presence in food products is prohibited throughout the European Union.
The GIS warning applies to the following ice cream brands:
- Dune Ice Cream Vanilla Covered With Cocoa Layer 12×0.052 Liter,
- Lody Augusto Ice Monster 4x2x0.07l,
- Augusto Bamboo Ice Cream Vanilla – Strawberry – Chocolate 2 Liter
- Augusto Ice Cream Flavored Cream – Chocolate – Strawberry – Citrus 2 Liter,
- Aldi Mucci 1l PL Nuts and Dried Fruits Ice Cream,
- Augusto Bamboo Ice Cream 0.11 L
- Loyatan Maxim Stick Ice Cream Salty Caramel 0.12 L
- Augusto Bamboo Cone Ice Cream Mix 3x2x0.12l
- Lidl Gelatelli Ice Cream XXL Cones (Nuts, Dried Fruits, Vanilla, Strawberry, Vanilla, Chocolate) 3x2x0.11l,
- Augusto Ice Cream Roll 1pc (4 toffee, 2 x cappuccino) x 1 liter,
- Augusto Corner Strawberry Ice Cream 0.12 L.
Their producer is the company “FF Marka Wlasna”. The company has withdrawn ice cream from stores identified by GIS as being contaminated with a harmful substance.
The ice cream market is growing. “Good snow is at least 5 PLN”
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