Kaufland recall started: glass fragments found in antipasti

Kaufland recall started: glass fragments found in antipasti

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Splinters of glass discovered: Manufacturer calls Antipasti back via Kaufland
HMF Food Production GmbH & Co. KG from Dortmund is recalling a batch of antipasti. Splinters of glass had been found in a glass. Splinters and fragments can lead to serious injuries in the mouth and throat as well as internal injuries.

Recall for mixed antipasti
HMF Food Production GmbH & Co. KG, based in Dortmund, has started a recall for "San Centino Mixed Antipasti 285g". As reported on the portal "" by the federal states and the Federal Office of Consumer Protection, glass fragments were found in a glass of batch ITCP 103, EAN 4260260270971, best before date 12/04/2019.

In Kaufland markets on sale
The batch coding and the best before date can be found on the top of the lid. It is not recommended to consume the product with the stated date. All other batches are flawless. The goods were sold exclusively at Kaufland in Baden-Württemberg, Brandenburg, Bavaria, Hesse, Berlin, Rhineland-Palatinate, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Saxony and Saarland. Customers are asked to return unopened or already opened products from this batch to the Kaufland stores. The purchase price will be refunded.

Broken glass can lead to serious injuries
Food that could contain broken glass or broken glass should in principle no longer be consumed. Because this can lead to serious injuries in the mouth and throat or to internal injuries. In food production, errors in the manufacturing processes can repeatedly lead to contamination or foreign bodies such as glass, aluminum or plastic residues. A large recall campaign was only initiated in Bavaria in spring after fragments of glass up to two centimeters long had been found in pork. (ad)

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