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May contain glass fragments: callback for blueberry jam

The grocer W. L. Ahrens GmbH & Co. KG has launched a recall for blueberry jam. The product that was sold at Aldi, could contain glass splinters. Due to the possible risk of injury it should not be better consumed.

The W. L. Ahrens GmbH & Co. KG, based in Paderborn (North Rhine-Westphalia) calls the product “blueberry extra jam 370g” of the brand TAMARA. According to the Grocer, the article shards of glass could contain.

In branches of Aldi Nord sold

As the Federal office for consumer protection and food safety (BVL) on its Portal “” reported, call the W. L. Ahrens GmbH & Co. KG, the product “blueberry extra jam 370g” of the brand, TAMARA date of minimum durability 17.09.21 back.

According to a press release, the date of minimum durability is located on the edge of the lid of the glass.

“The product can not be excluded that some glass fragments could be contained,” writes the company.

The data indicate that the product was in the Aldi companies, Bargteheide, Berlin, Germany, Beucha, Beverstedt, dates, Grammetal (Weimar), Greven, Hann. Lead, Herten, Hesel, Jarmen, Bad Laasphe, Lingen, Barleben (Meitzendorf), in the middle of the forest, Nortorf, Radevormwald, Germany, Rinteln, Salzgitter, Seevetal, Schloss-Holte, Taught Sievershausen, Werl, Weyhe, Wilsdruff and Wittstock traded. It can be returned to the nearest Aldi Nord store.

Glass fragments in food can be dangerous

Food, where there is a suspicion that they could contain shards of glass, should, in principle, are not consumed. Because the consumption can lead to serious injuries in the mouth and throat, as well as to dangerous internal injuries.

In food production it comes as a result of errors in the manufacturing processes, unfortunately, again and again, to foreign bodies such as glass, aluminum or plastic residues.

Another reason for frequent food back-contamination with bacteria like Salmonella or Listeria are calling. (ad)

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