Recall from Aldi: "Gluten-free" pasta can contain gluten
The discounter Aldi Nord has announced a recall for various pasta products. The pasta labeled as "gluten free" may contain gluten. Eating people with gluten intolerance could lead to health problems.
"Contain relevant amounts of gluten"
Aldi Nord calls the article "D’ANTELLI corn paste, 500g" in the varieties spaghetti, fusilli and penne from the supplier "S. Trade "back. "The article is marked as" gluten-free ", but tests have shown that it can contain relevant amounts of gluten," the company wrote in a customer information. The product has already been taken out of sale. The discounter is calling on customers to return the items mentioned to the branches. The purchase price will be refunded.
Unpleasant side effects
In people suffering from gluten intolerance (celiac disease), eating foods containing gluten can lead to many unpleasant side effects.
Common stomach and intestinal complaints such as digestive problems, abdominal pain, diarrhea, fatty stools and flatulence.
"People without a gluten intolerance can safely consume the article," says the customer information. (ad)