Supermarchés : ne consommez surtout pas le sucre de cette marque dangereux pour la santé

Supermarkets: above all, do not consume the sugar of this brand dangerous for your health

Certain packs of white sugar sold by Top Budget should not be consumed, as they are affected by a recall procedure. The packages in question have been marketed in several supermarkets all over France and could contain pieces of glass.

The recalled products

Notice to consumers, boxes of white sugar marketed by Top Budget are affected by a recall. The reason is that it could contain pieces of glass. These boxes of white sugar were sold all over France between March 7 and April 5, 2022.

Here is the list of the departments where they have been marketed:

  • Tarn-et-Garonne (82)
  • Aveyron (12)
  • Lot et Garonne (47)
  • Tarn (81)
  • Lot (46)
  • Gers (32)
  • Cantal (15)
  • Upper Garonne (31)
  • Ariège (09)

The products concerned by the recall come from batch 0202 O 2 059 – Timestamp 00:00 to 23:59 and have the international item code (GTIN) 3 410 280 043 678. People who have them at home are invited not to consume them. . It is best to throw them away or return them to the point of sale in order to proceed with a refund. In case of doubt, they can also contact the consumer service.

Recall of several batches of Cakes

The recall procedures keep coming. Recently, several batches of cakes containing peanuts have been recalled. The products are of the Biscuiterie Vital Ainé brand and have been sold in several large supermarkets in France. Consumers should be vigilant, as the presence of peanuts is not mentioned on the packaging.

Here are the products concerned by the recall procedure:

  • 340g apricot cakes: They have been put on sale in several supermarkets in France including Petit Casino, Super U, Auchan, Carrefour, Leclerc and Intermarché. They come from lots 22074 and 22124 and have the barcode 333304001094. The date of minimum durability for these apricot cakes is September 2, August 25 and July 14.
  • 340g raisin cakes: They were marketed between June 9 and June 27 in the Carrefour, Netto, Intermarché and Super U supermarkets. They come from lot 22158 and have the international item code 3333040009786. The date of minimum durability of the products is set for October 6, 2022.
  • 340g chocolate pies: They were put on sale in Carrefour, Petit Casino, Intermarché, Auchan and Super U supermarkets between March 18 and June 17, 2022. The batches concerned by the recall are batches 22075 and 22117. The the first has the item code (GTIN) 3333040009939, and the second (GTIN) 3333040009786. The use-by dates are set at July 14 and August 25, 2022.

The products that have been mentioned should not be consumed. For those who have some at home, it is recommended to bring them back to the store for a refund. It is also possible to contact the consumer service on 05 61 98 80 05 in case of doubt.

Recall of turkey cutlets

Turkey cutlets are also being recalled. They have been sold in several supermarkets in France and contain metallic and plastic foreign bodies.

Two lots that have been put on sale at Lidl are affected by the recall:

  • Lot 0342125760 with item code (GTIN) 3291980483175
  • Lot 0342125585 with item code (GTIN) 3291980483175

Recalled products were also offered for sale at Aldi. They come from lot 0342125760 and have barcode 26007472. The date of minimum durability of the products is set at July 11, 2022.

Finally, a batch of turkey cutlets was also marketed at Lidl. This is lot 0342125760 which has the barcode 3571320013676. The date of minimum durability of the products from the lot is set at July 11, 2022. People who have these products in their possession must not consume them. They have to take them back to the store or throw them away. In case of doubt, a consumer service can also be reached on 02 33 30 34 00.

For information, a list of all the products affected by a recall is available on the Rappel Conso website. This was created in 2021 by the DGCCRF (General Directorate for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Prevention).

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