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dm calls back ampoules: "Beauty collagen" can cause allergic reactions

Every day food and other products are sold in Germany possible health hazards recalled. Often have themselves foreign body how glass, wood or metal get lost in food, sometimes Cleaning residues in food found, sometimes a danger from toys, for example by swallowable small parts. In our Recall Scores We keep you up to date on important recalls throughout Germany.

Update 23.11.2018: DM recalls drinking vials

The drugstore dm recalls the product "THE healthy PLUS beauty collagen" because of possible allergic reactions. Affected is goods with the best before date June 2020 and the L no .: L39 / 1148, as the company announced on Friday in Karlsruhe. Both are reported to be recognizable on the bottom of the packaging.

"It can not be ruled out that it may temporarily lead to mild allergy-like reactions after consumption, such as feeling hot or reddening the skin," explained dm. The ampoules with vitamins and zinc should contribute according to the information on the packaging to a normal formation of the skin component collagen. Customers were asked to return the product. The purchase price will be refunded accordingly.

Update 22.11.2018: Warning of child seats

The Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt warns in a press release in front of child seats of the Chinese brand Jiangsu Best Baby Carseat. Types LB-363 and BBC-Q5 available under the brand names ABC products INC, babyhit, BABYWAY, BANINNI, bebesit, Bestbaby, CA, CAPSULA, CAUSALPLAY, Chelino, COSATTO, GlobalLUCKYBABY, Happy Baby, HEYNER, Kiddo, Leader Kids, Lenox, LITTLE CAR, LORELLI, Lorelli (Saturn), mybaby, OSANN, Parusok, PLAY, PLAYXTREM, RANT, SAFEWAY and 4BABY are not in compliance with applicable regulations. However, it is not excluded that they were sold in Germany.

Since they could lead to an increased risk of injury to children in accidents, the Federal Motor Vehicle Authority requires owners to stop using these child seats.

Update 20.11.2018: Men's leather pants recall

The traditional fashion manufacturer Stockerpoint recalls his men's leather pants in light brown with the batch number 5337, 5338, 5339, the EAN code 4251161217271, 4251161217288, 4251161217295, 4251161217301, 4251161217318, 4251161217325, 4251161217332, 4251161217349 and the delivery number 72399. The Lederhosen were sold nationwide at Kaufhof.

The article has been found to increase the amount of Chrome VI, which has a sensitizing and allergenic effect through prolonged contact with the skin, which can lead to allergic skin reactions.

Customers get the item replaced when returning the purchased goods to the manufacturer. For more information, please contact the customer service of the company Stockerpoint under the number 09427-9515-11 or by email at info@stockerpoint.de.

Update 12.11.2018: Mouthwash recalled

Due to the existing health risk, Jean Products-WERM GmbH calls the

Article "Elina med Anti-Plaque Mouthwash Fresh" (500ml, Batch: 710001, EAN: 4326470477941) back. This is pointed out by the Bavarian State Office for Health and Food Safety. The item has been sold nationwide to various wholesalers, online retailers and retailers.

In the product, the germ Pseudomonas aeruginosa was detected. It is a widespread wound infection germ. An increased risk of infection mainly exists in lesions in the skin and mucous membranes.

Update 09.11.2018: Food manufacturer recalls candy bar

The food manufacturer Horst Schluckwerder OHG from Adendorf recalls a cream nougat bar due to a production error. Marzipan may be in the bar "BeLRoyal cream nougat tree trunk", said the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety on Friday. Affected is the product with the best before date 31.05.2019.

The bolt is not suitable for human consumption with almond allergy, as a health impairment can not be ruled out, the company said. The product was sold according to the company at Aldi Nord in several states. Customers can bring the bar back to the stores and get their money back.

Update 7.11.2018: Recall of coconut bars

The drugstore dm has recalled the product "dmBio Kokos Riegel bittersweet 40 g" with the best before date April 17, 2019. In the snack stainless steel bristles could put a cleaning brush. The packs are to be returned to the dm markets unopened or opened. Customers get the purchase price refunded.

Update 5.11.2018: Recall of potato products

The Federal Office of Consumer Protection is currently warning against the consumption of numerous "Feldmühle" potato products: the manufacturer "Martin Amberger Kartoffelverarbeitung Dolli Werk GmbH & Co. KG" has announced that plastic parts were found in food during inspections. These are the following products:

  • Feldmühle Naturel roasted potatoes rustic, seasoned (Item No. 11445/11745)
  • Feldmühle Naturel roasted slices spiced (Item No. 11451/11453)
  • Feldmühle Naturel roasting slices unseasoned (Item No. 11433/12433)
  • Feldmühle Naturel Sliced ​​Potatoes (Item No. 11432/12432)
  • Feldmühle Naturel Fried potatoes with bacon (Item No. 11452/12752)
  • Feldmühle Röstiteig (Item No. 47480)
  • These products have the best before date 16.10.18 to 06.11.18

"We can not exclude 100 percent due to an internal foreign body finding that another foreign body has entered the product," the manufacturer writes in the recall information.

Update 30.10.2018: Recall at Rewe: Possible plastic parts in the pizza

Recall at Rewe Germany: Franco Fresco GmbH recalls the following pizza as a precaution: "Gustavo Gusto I like Pizza Prosciutto" (black box), 450g, best before 13.05.2019, lot number 288.

The reason for the callback: Due to a production error is not excluded that on the pizzas sharp-edged, transparent plastic parts can be located. Consumption is therefore strongly discouraged.

The manufacturer reacted immediately and had the pizzas taken out of sales, according to a press release. Rewe markets in the federal states are affected by the recall Bavaria, Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate, Customers can return the affected product in every market and receive the purchase price without a receipt.

From this precautionary measure are no further Gustavo Gusto pizzas, as well as other best before dates of the above mentioned product. If you have any questions, please call the manufacturer's customer service: Tel: 08171/911 72 53

Update 26.10.2018: Grocer calls honey back

Because staples could be in the honey, the grocer Ciloglu Handels GmbH has honeycomb honey "Dogal Bal" recalled. This was announced by the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety on Friday. Affected is the 400 gram pack with the best before date 16.02.2020.

The honey was sold in individual Turkish specialty stores distributed throughout Germany, as a spokesman for the Baden-Württemberg Consumer Protection Ministry in Stuttgart said. The manufacturer from Böblingen asks customers not to eat the honey. In the market, the purchase price will be refunded.

Update 19.10.2018: Grocers from Schwabach warns against Belgian raw milk cheese

The food wholesaler Jürgen Würth from Schwabach warns of a contaminated with E.Coli bacteria raw milk cheese from Belgium. Affected is therefore the product "Petite Fleur Herbs" with the best before date 08.11.2018, which have been sold since 19.09.2018.

The recall of "Petite Fleur Herbs" applies to several federal states, namely: Bavaria, Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hesse, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein. More details on Lebensmittelwarnung.de.

According to the company, verotoxin-producing E. coli (VTEC) were found during a control. Consumption is strongly discouraged. The bacterial strain can cause a Ehec disease: This manifests itself usually within a week after infection with diarrhea and abdominal cramps. Infants, toddlers, the elderly and people with weakened immune systems, in particular, can develop more severe illnesses with diarrhea (sometimes bloody). People who have eaten the food and develop severe or persistent symptoms should seek medical attention and alert them to possible EHEC infection.

In 2011, a Ehec epidemic in Germany had killed 53 people.

Update 17.10.2018: Adidas recalls children swimwear

Sporting goods manufacturer Adidas has recalled children's swimwear for safety reasons. Children up to 14 years are strongly recommended not to use the swimsuits, bikinis and bathing trunks of the so-called Infinitex 3 -strip series, said the company on Wednesday in Herzogenaurach the German Press Agency.

According to recent customer reports, the three brand-typical stripes on the sides of the garments would partially come loose on contact with water. This could cause loops in which the children could become entangled.

The clothing can be returned to the adidas or authorized resellers upon full refund, the company said. The sale of the products had been stopped.

Update 05.10.2018: Netto calls Teewurst back – suspected E. coli bacteria

Due to the suspicion of bacteria in the sausage, the Westfälische Fleischwarenfabrik Stockmeyer recalls the article "Stockmeyer – Prank me – Teewurst roughly Rügenwalder Art". Affected is sausage in the 125-gram cup with the consumption data 06.10.2018, 08.10.2018 and 09.10.2018, the company said on Friday.

In the course of official investigations, E. coli bacteria were detected. The products have been sold nationwide in Netto Marken-Discount stores. Customers who have purchased the product can return it in the trade for a refund of the purchase price. All other Stockmeyer Teewurst articles are not affected by the recall.

The company warned against eating the sausage. A disease usually manifests itself within a week with diarrhea and abdominal cramps. Infants, toddlers, the elderly and people with weakened immune systems in particular could develop serious illnesses. Persons who ate this food and developed severe or persistent symptoms should seek medical attention and refer to a possible VTEC infection, it was said.

Update 13.09.2018: Rewe calls back bakery

The Munich-based bakery Panificio Italiano Veritas GmbH recalls pre-baked bread rolls "Rewe Best Choice Tomato Olive Rolls". The packaging could contain broken glass, the company said. The recall is purely precautionary. "It can not be ruled out that small transparent pieces of glass are contained in the packaging, so it is strongly discouraged before consumption," said Sales Manager Stefan Gaugigl on request.

Affected is the 400-gram pack with best-before date 30.10.2018. Around 500 pieces had been sold in Rewe stores. The buns with olives and tomatoes had been on the market since 20 August. The company reacted immediately and had the product concerned removed from the sale. It probably came to the pollutions during maintenance work on plants.

Update 13.09.2018: Rossmann calls back pregnancy test

A pregnancy test by Rossmann could indicate a false positive result. Therefore, the product is recalled from the drugstore. The drugstore chain Rossmann has informed its customers on Tuesday about a recall. A pregnancy test is taken from the shelves and the customers' homes. The reason: he can show wrong results.

Update 07.09.2018: "Culinea Safari Nuggets" may contain plastic parts

A poultry farm from Lower Saxony calls back frozen chicken nuggets sold by Lidl in almost all federal states. It can not be ruled out that in the product "Culinea safari nuggets, frozen, 400 grams" red plastic foreign bodies are included, said the manufacturer, the Gebr. Stolle GmbH from Visbek in the district Vechta, on Friday.

Due to the possible risk of injury, customers should return goods with the best before date 31.08.2019. The lot number is 815106001, the identity mark DE NI 10000 EC.

The nuggets were sold at Lidl in all federal states except Bavaria, Bremen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and the Saarland. The discounter has removed the product from the sale. "The manufacturer Gebr. Stolle GmbH apologizes to all those affected for the inconvenience caused," said the company.

Update 31.08.2018: "Cup Noodles Spicy" may contain pieces of glass: nationwide recall

Caution when eating certain instant noodles offered in cups: Because it can not be ruled out that isolated glass pieces could be contained in the product, the manufacturer calls back "Cup Noodles". The only products affected by the recall are the pasta dishes of the "Spicy / Épicé" varieties with the best before dates (BBD) 01/2019 to 06/2019.

The MHD is easily recognizable on the underside of the cup, according to manufacturer Nissin Foods. Affected customers are called upon to return the instant noodles for reimbursement of the purchase price in stores.

Update 20.08.2018: Also Daimler recalls nearly 700,000 vehicles – cars of the C, E, S and G class affected

Major recalls at German carmakers: Daimler has to recall 690,000 vehicles because of inadmissible shutdown devices at the exhaust system.

Volkswagen recalls 700,000 Tiguan and Touran cars worldwide. Moisture can cause a short circuit due to a light bar. The carmaker Daimler has in the already announced recall for inadmissible Abschalteinrichtungen in the exhaust gas cleaning Europe-wide get 690,000 diesel in the workshops. These include 280,000 vehicles in Germanyas confirmed by the Federal Ministry of Transport on Monday on request in Berlin.

Department chief Andreas Scheuer (CSU) had announced the recall in mid-June after a meeting with CEO Dieter Zetsche. At that time, there was talk of a total of 774,000 vehicles, including 238,000 in Germany. The Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) has now begun testing new exhaust gas software. First, the magazine "Der Spiegel" had reported on the arrangement.

Daimler stressed that they cooperate with the authorities. As previously with the vans Vito, the manufacturer but also against the new decision objection. On the list are now next to the Vito, in which the KBA had already complained about an inadmissible shutdown device, lamong others, variants of the C-, E- and S-Class or the SUVs GLC, GLE and GLS, Affected holders wants to inform Daimler. The Group does not consider the offending functions to be illegal and therefore wants a legal clarification.

The ministry explained that the built-in facilities could increase the emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) during vehicle operation. Daimler has to remove the invalid software. Initially only the Vito recall was already on 3 August extended to the other vehicles, as it was said.

Update 20.08.2018: Short circuit on the panoramic roof threatens – VW calls 700,000 cars of the type Tiguan and Touran worldwide

Volkswagen calls worldwide nearly 700,000 cars from Type Tiguan and Touran back – there are around 52,500 cars nationwide. Reason for the recall is one Light bar on the panoramic roof, in the humidity could penetrate and lead to a short circuit, said a VW spokesman on Monday. Previously the portal "Kfz-Betrieb" reported online.

Concerned are vehicles of the current model generation, which were manufactured until the 5th of July. On short circuit According to the report, it can cause a stench in the roof lining, in the worst case it could lead to a fire. Until the repair, the owners could use their car but continue.

The first sign of a short circuit is that the so-called Ambientebeleuchtung fail, the spokesman said. This is an indication that moisture begins to penetrate into the control module. Should already be seen brown spots, the car owners should go directly to the nearest workshop. The car maker is still working on the remedy, but the attempts should be completed "at short notice".

In Germany are about 30 000 Tiguan vehicles and round 22 500 Touran affected. It's about cars that are equipped with a large sunroof and the ambient lighting.

Update 17.08.2018: Metal parts in the bread (stone oven baguette for ready baking onion) at Edeka

The Edeka headquarters calls "for reasons of preventive consumer protection" Aufback-bread of the variety "Stone oven baguette for ready-to-bake onion" in the 300 gram pack. It can not be ruled out that the bread contains metal wire. The baguette is produced by "Pandriks Bake Off B.V.", which affects the goods with best before dates from 15.08.2018 to 15.10.2018,

The bread was sold by Edeka and Marktkauf. Consumers who have purchased the product concerned can return it in the stores without presenting a receipt. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Edeka customer service at the free number 0800 / 333-5211 from Monday to Sunday from 8 to 20 o'clock or under the E-Mail address info@edeka.de to disposal.

Update 10.08.2018: Salmonella in organic eggs – callback will be extended

The company Eifrisch extends its warning of salmonella in organic eggs: The discount supermarket Netto has taken because of Salmonella danger Bioeier from the shelves. The company Eifrisch warns against the consumption of eggs from packs of ten of the brand BioBio with the print number 0-DE-0359721, as was announced on late Thursday evening on the Portal Lebensmittelsmittelwarnung.de.

It is about eggs of weight class XL with the best before dates from 23 to 26.08.2018. The eggs are from the supplier Bio-Eierhof Papenburg and have been sold by Netto in Bavaria.

Update 08.08.2018: Salmonella in organic eggs – Germany-wide recall

The company Eifrisch calls because of Salmonellengefahr their organic eggs from German supermarkets back. All eggs of the supplier Bio-Eierhof Papenburg with the print number 0-DE-0359721 and expiration date up to and including August 24 are recalled, as the company announced on Wednesday. Consumption is strongly discouraged.

The eggs are sold nationwide in supermarket chains real. Aldisouth. penny. Lidl and Kaufland distributed. The consumption could cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Consumers who have already bought the eggs can return them in the stores and get the purchase price refunded.

Update from 7. August 2018, 20:00 clock: BMW calls 324,000 cars back because of fire

BMW calls back in Europe 324,000 cars because of possible fire danger. In individual cases, glycol could escape from the exhaust gas recirculation cooler and ignite in the hot exhaust gases together with oil residues, the company said on Tuesday in Munich.

The affected car owners would be contacted from next week, faulty parts would then be replaced in the workshop. Earlier, the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung" reported on it.

Recalled were BMW 3 Series, 4 Series, 5 Series, 6 Series, 7 Series, X3, X4, X5 and X6 with four-cylinder diesel engines that were built between April 2015 to September 2016, and with 6-cylinder diesel engines built between July 2012 and June 2015 were built. s

In South Korea, BMW has already had to recall more than 100,000 cars for the same reason. There were individual engine fires – South Korean media had reported about 30 incidents.

Update August 3, 2018: Lidl calls back chopped tomatoes

The Italian manufacturer Le Specialità Italiane srl informs about a product recall of the

Product "Italiamo Chopped Tomatoes in Tomato Juice with Basil, 400g". The canned tomatoes were sold at Lidl – nationwide in all federal states. According to Lebensmittelwarnung.de, it can not be ruled out that plastic foreign bodies are contained in the product concerned. Affected is the product with the best before date

31.12.2020 and batch L327NDB 6A-31/12/2020 SI LB 224. Due to the possible

Risk of injury when consumed, customers should not consume the product under any circumstances. The product was taken out of the sale by Lidl Germany. Anyone who has already bought it can return the cans at all Lidl stores. The purchase price will be refunded – even without presentation of the receipt. Other products sold by Lidl Deutschland from the manufacturer Le Specialità Italiane srl and chopped tomatoes from other manufacturers are not affected by the recall.

Update July 27, 2018: French company recalls sheep goat cheese

The French company Les Fromageries Occitanes has recalled the cheese Capitoul Mix sheep / goat because of possible health hazards. This was announced by the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety in Braunschweig on Friday. According to the company, the product with the identity mark "FR 31.582.001 CE" from the batches 2018115126 and 2018116127 (expiration date 25 and 26 July 2018) in the states of Bavaria, Hamburg, Hesse, Lower Saxony, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein expelled.

In the product, the germ Listeria monocytogenes was detected in very low concentrations within the legal limits, it said. Nevertheless, especially risk groups such as pregnant women or elderly people should abstain from eating this cheese as a precautionary measure. Buyers could return the product in the store.

Update July 13, 2018: Frozen vegetables recalled

The frozen food product sold through branches of Kaufland and Globus stores "Frenzel Leipziger Allerlei, 450 g"has been recalled as a precautionary measure, it can not be excluded that it with Listeria (Listeria monocytogenes) was contaminated, said the Frenzel Tiefkühlwerke GmbH from Küstriner foreland in Brandenburg.

These bacteria can be dangerous for pregnant and immunodeficient people. The notes were published on Friday on lebensmittelwarnung.de, the portal of the federal states and the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety.

The recall affected only batch numbers M8 107 S3 (distribution via Kaufland); M8 108 F3 (distribution over globe and Kaufland); M8 108 S3 (distribution via Kaufland); Best before date 04/2020.

The affected batches would be taken out of the sale. The product can be returned to all Kaufland and Globus stores. The purchase price will be – even without a receipt – refunded.

Update: July 13, 2018: Callback at Karstadt Feinkost

The company Massafra in Kirchheim near Munich has recalled their product "Sauce with Vongole Conserve della Nonna" because of possible health hazards. This was announced by the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety in Braunschweig on Friday. According to the company, the product with the additional information "190gr, Lot No. 12LA017" and the best before date 31.07.2020 was marketed nationwide through the branches of the retail chain Karstadt Feinkost.

In the article, the allergen egg was not specified in the summary, it said. Allergy sufferers are discouraged from eating. People who are not allergic could consume the product without hesitation. Buyers could return the product and get refunded purchase price and shipping cost.

Update 11 July 2018: Further frozen vegetables affected – recall is expanding

The Belgian manufacturer Greenyard Frozen Belgium N.V. Recalls the "Green Grocer's Vegetable Mix, 1000 g" – regardless of the best before date. It could not be ruled out that the frozen food was contaminated with Listeria, Lidl said on Wednesday evening.

Among other things, the bacteria could cause gastrointestinal diseases. The product was sold to Lidl Germany, it said. The products can be returned to all Lidl stores. The purchase price will be refunded, even without presentation of the receipt. Affected are according to food alert Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Hamburg, Hesse, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saxony and Thuringia.

Thus, the Belgian manufacturer extends a product recall:.

Update July 9, 2018: Lidl Recalls Frozen Vegetables Freshona for Listeria

Lidl calls his frozen vegetables mix "Freshona" back with carrots, beans, peas and corn. It can not be ruled out that the product is contaminated with "Listeria monocytogenes". It is a 1 kg bag, the recall applies regardless of the best before date.

In the Lidl branches appropriate posters hang out. It reads: "The Belgian manufacturer Greenyard Frozen Belgium N.V. informs about a product recall of the product 'Freshona vegetable mix, 1000g'."

Very first courses of disease possible

Listeria monocytogenes can cause severe gastrointestinal diseases (listeriosis) and symptoms similar to a flu infection, it says on the poster. Certain groups of people (pregnant women, smaller children, the elderly and immunocompromised individuals) may experience very serious illnesses. Because of this health risk, customers should be mindful of the recall and not consume the affected products.

Lidl Germany reacted immediately and removed the affected product from the sale. "The product can be returned in all Lidl branches.The purchase price will of course be refunded, even without presentation of the receipt."

Update June 15, 2018: Iglo extends recall of frozen parsley

Iglo recalls various frozen products: Regardless of the production period, the

Products Parsley 40g and other TK herb variants recalled with parsley, namely: 8-herbs 50g, garden herbs 40g, salad herbs 50g, herbs of Provence 50g, Italian herbal mixture 50g and soup greens 70g back and warns against consumption of the named products.

The reason for the precautionary recall is that when examining a sample of

Parsley VTEC bacteria (verotoxin-producing E. coli) were found. Since parsley is also in the above-mentioned variants, the company takes back all seven variants as a precautionary measure. If consumed raw, it could cause health problems, including febrile gastrointestinal disturbances. As part of the recall, the trade and the competent authorities were informed. Iglo refunds the purchase price to consumers. More information for consumers can be found here.

Update June 12, 2018: Fipronil eggs get sold

Again with the Insecticide fipronil charged eggs from the Netherlands landed in the German retail trade. Affected are six federal states, as the Lower Saxony Ministry of Agriculture in Hanover announced on Monday evening the German Press Agency. Around 73 000 eggs are in Lower Saxony. Baden-Wurttemberg. Hesse. Bavaria. Schleswig-Holstein and North Rhine-Westphalia got into the sale. The withdrawal of the eggs was therefore initiated by the food business operator. More information about the fipronil eggs can be found here.

Update: 11th of June 2018

With a false label, a non-alcoholic Hefeweizen was sold, which is offered in the discounter Penny. The allegedly alcohol-free beer can lead to intoxication. Further information on the recall of non-alcoholic beer is available here.

Update 7.6.2018 Recall of Erdmandelmehl

The drugstore chain Rossmann has recalled because of a contamination with salmonella, the own-brand earth almond flour enerBIO. Affected are the 250-gram packs with a best-before date 18.12.2018, the company said on Thursday in Großburgwedel near Hannover. The salmonella was discovered during a self-inspection of the product. Salmonella can cause nausea, vomiting, fever and headache. Upon return of the flour, the purchase price will be refunded.

Recall from 04.06.2018: Aldi Süd calls back Power Protein Bars

Due to the risk of salmonella, Aldi Süd sells Power Protein bars from manufacturer Frankonia Schokoladenwerke.

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Recall from 24.05.2018: Pollution in popcorn – manufacturer calls product back

Due to contamination, XOX Gebäck GmbH has recalled a popcorn product. Affected is the variety "Popcorn sweet" of the brands "Good & Cheap" and "American Style" with the best before dates 02.10.2018, 03.10.2018 and 04.10.2018. The popcorn contains an increased amount of tropane alkaloids. These are natural ingredients of certain plants such as thorn apple and belladonna. Tropanalkaloids can cause visual disturbances, dry mouth or fatigue, as it was said in the announcement from the night to Thursday. The product was offered to Netto, Edeka and Marktkauf and was taken off the shelves. Customers can return packs to their dealer and get the purchase price refunded.

Recall dated 18.05.2018: Lidl recalls sea salt algae

Because of a possible exposure to hepatitis E viruses Lidl recalls the seaweed salad "wakame" of the Dutch manufacturer Heiploeg. The virus, which could cause severe liver inflammation, have been detected in the investigation of a pack of the product, said the discounter. Customers should not eat the salad. It can be returned in all branches of Lidl Germany. The recall only concerns the "Wakame Salad – Seaweed Nature, 100g" with expiration date June 5th.

Recall from 11.05.2018: Volkswagen and Seat recall cars – Polo, Ibiza and Arona affected

Volkswagen ruft 219 000 Polo-Exemplare des aktuellen Modelljahres wegen Problemen mit Gurtschloss-Halterungen der Rückbank zurück. Dies betreffe auch 191 000 Seat-Modelle der Baureihen Ibiza und Arona, deren Gurtschlösser ähnlich konfiguriert seien, sagte ein VW-Sprecher am Freitag in Wolfsburg.

Bei den betroffenen Fahrzeugen könne es bei schnellen Spurwechseln mit fünf Menschen an Bord dazu kommen, dass zwei Gurtschlösser der Rücksitzbank übereinander gedrückt werden und das Schloss des äußeren linken Sitzes unbeabsichtigt aufspringt. Dies habe eine finnische Zeitschrift bei einem Test herausgefunden.

VW habe eine technische Lösung erarbeitet, die dies verhindere. Diese solle per Rückrufaktion und mittels einer Produktionsänderung für den Polo der aktuellen Generation umgesetzt werden. Bis dahin könnten alle betroffenen Autos weiter sicher im Straßenverkehr betrieben werden – allerdings riet Volkswagen seinen Kunden, zunächst den Mittelsitz der Rückbank nicht zu nutzen.

Der Rückruf beginne in Kürze. Die Fahrzeughalter würden darüber schriftlich informiert.

Rückruf vom 09.05.2018: Grill-Salzsteine von Aldi explodieren im Backofen

Nachdem mehrere Salzsteine der Aldi-Grillaktion explodiert sind, ruft das Unternehmen Karpati das Produkt "GRILL TIME! Salzstein 2er Set" zurück. Der Grill-Salzstein wurde seit dem 23. April 2018 in Filialen von ALDI Nord und ALDI Süd verkauft. Da es sich bei dem Salzstein um ein Naturprodukt handelt, lässt sich nicht ausschließen, dass dieser unter bestimmten thermischen Bedingungen in Einzelteile zerspringt. Beim Erhitzen und Erkalten besteht daher Explosionsgefahr, weshalb ein Verletzungsrisiko nicht ausgeschlossen werden kann. Den Kunden wird deshalb die Verwendung des Salzsteins abgeraten. Der Kaufpreis wird auch ohne Vorlage des Kassenbons vollständig erstattet.

Mehr Informationen finden Sie auf Lebensmittelwarnung.de

Für Rückfragen hat Karpati eine kostenfreie Hotline eingerichtet: 00800 1200 1100.

Auf der Webseite Lebensmittelwarnung.de des Bundesamtes für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit finden Sie ebenfalls aktuelle Rückrufe.

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