Food supplement recalled for unexpected effervescence

The Ministry of Health reported the precautionary recall by the manufacturer of two batches of the food supplement Quetidia in Fast-Slow oral solution because it was “unexpected effervescence and consequent spillage of the product when the bottle is opened“. The product in question is sold in bottles of 150 ml with lot numbers 220342 and 220343 and the best before date (Tmc) 02/29/2024.

The supplement recalled it was produced for Neuraxpharm Italy Spa by HPI Humana Pharma International Spa in the factory in via Enrico Mattei snc, in Casorate Primo, in the province of Pavia.

As a precaution, the company recommends not consuming the supplement with the reported lot numbers.

From 1 January 2022 The Food Fact reported 118 recalls, for a total of 233 products. To see all notifications Click here.

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