Salad withdrawn from the market | The motivation is serious: severe “physical risk”

A well-known mixed salad was withdrawn by the Ministry of Health as it is extremely dangerous for the mouth and for the entire digestive system. Don’t consume it

Salad (Pexels)

When you have little time and want to consume something light and tasty, which does not require preparation time, you often end up with choose a mixed salad. Practical and healthy, you can prepare it at home with what you have, or you can choose one of those ready in the supermarket. Furthermore, these packaged products are ideal to take to work on a lunch break and often already contain salt, oil, vinegar and cutlery.

In the last few hours, however, the Ministry of Health withdrew a well-known brand of potato salad due to a very serious physical risk, which could compromise anyone’s health in an irreparable way.

Potato salad withdrawn: that’s what it contains

Potato salad
Potato Salad (Pexels)

In the last few hours, the Good Choice branded potato salad with vinegar was recalled for “physical risk”. This means that the problem did not occur at the level of product production, as occurs for example when we talk about “microbiological risk”. Instead, the question refers to something that happened at a later time, for example during the canning of the raw material.

The Good Choice Potato Salad, marketed for Aldi SrL, was withdrawn due to the possible presence of glass fragments inside the product. The risk is therefore very high: if ingested, it can cause damage to the mouth, throat and parts of the digestive system. The information note was released by the Ministry of Health, which however did not specify the batch number in question. What is known is that the product was prepared in Austria, in Vienna and that the identification mark of the establishment is Wojnar’s Wienen Leckerbissen. The expiration date of the product is September 21, 2022.

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As the lot in question has not been declared to date, it is recommended to absolutely do not consume the content of the packages, in case you had purchased them. What needs to be done is bring them back to the Aldi store where you purchased them, where you will be entitled to a full refund of the sale price. In case of doubts or further questions, it is possible contact Aldi Customer Service at 800 370 370, from Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 17.00 and on Saturdays from 8.00 to 14.00.