#Supermarkets #withdraw #product #consume #contaminated #ice #creams
According to recent information transmitted by the government site Rappel Conso, several ice creams sold in supermarkets are contaminated and had to be returned to the store before May 11, 2022. Below, we provide you with more details about the references in question.
What are the ice creams that should not be consumed at this time?
Ice cream is refreshing and that’s why everyone eats it. But be careful not to eat the ones listed below, because they are contaminated. Ice creams are produced by the Mercier brand with flavors: dark chocolate, vanilla, praline, caramel, and coffee.
Then Jambi brand products such as logs and sticks. The Pipa brand is also mentioned there since its sticks and mini sticks, almonds, vanilla, red fruits, and exotic vanilla are also contaminated.
In addition to this, you can also find Monoprix maxi and mini sticks as well as Leader Price delicacies, sticks, and ice creams. Casino sticks and sundaes are especially contaminated, as are U-brand ice creams, lemon and raspberry sorbets, and frozen nougats.
“We currently have more than 17,000 products recalled in France: ice cream, bread, but also organic products! Why ? Due to the presence of ethylene oxide, it is still a smoke generator… banned in Europe for years! There is impunity! »
Ingrid Kragl in #Clhebdo ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/NNNlbiymqH
– C the weekly (@clhebdo5) April 9, 2022
Smarties shots are the same as Nestlé’s signature desserts. La Laitière’s caramel chocolate trays, Milka’s chocolate sticks, and Collection brand’s Belle Île mugs are also on the list.
The Cora brand is also there as their giants, small jars and mini assortments also have to be brought back to the store. Métro-Chef mint, rum, grape, and lemon sorbet ice creams are also affected.
- Fruity and gourmet sticks from Trium
- Les Smissy Eskiss shots and litter bins
- Mini pots and containers of the Bio Village brand
And finally, 4 references for mini sticks and 5 references for double sticks, tubs and tubs of organic ice cream, and the Carrefour brand 3 chocolate ice cream puff pastries. They should not be consumed due to their contamination. Note that this problem stems from the fact that the ethylene oxide (ETO) level is higher than normal. In any case, above the rate accepted by European regulations.
Don’t eat them, give them back!
From now on, therefore, you must be very careful when buying ice cream, knowing that this contamination can be dangerous to your health, even if it means being fatal. And above all, do not forget to notify your family and all your loved ones to avoid the worst. Also, if one of these products is present in your home, don’t consume it! Simply return it to the store where you purchased it.
🤒 FLASH – Ice Cream #Snickers, #Generosity, #twix and the M&Ms should be returned as soon as possible or thrown away!
In fact, they have a quantity of ethylene oxide well above the norm. (Release) pic.twitter.com/p2txoCF5EF
— SKOOP’S (@SkoopsOfficiel) April 10, 2022
Other foods you should not eat
For information, ice creams are not the only contaminated products in supermarkets since since the beginning of 2022 we have also witnessed the contamination of other foods. In January 2022, for example, we were told that peas should be avoided. Recently, meatballs have been banned because they are also contaminated.
Apart from all this, good food like Buitoni pizza or delicious Kinder brand chocolates is also on the list, which of course worries thousands of people in France. In total, more than 4,000 foods are inedible as of March 2021 and we know why.
Most of these foods are inedible because of suspected broken glass or poor labeling. Let’s also not forget to mention the presence of bacteria that can be very dangerous to health. Also, note that sesame and carob seeds should be avoided.
In addition, there is in particular the carcinogenic pesticide that affects foods such as sausages, gratins, pasta, food supplements, preserves, but also sugar. And if the European Commission has already gone to great lengths to get all these contaminated products out of supermarkets and off the market, you still have to be very careful.