Sold almost nationwide: recall for Landjunker delicacy Kasseler salmon
The meat product manufacturer Sutter from Gau-Bickelheim in Rhineland-Palatinate is recalling its product “Landjunker Delikatess Kasseler-Lachsstück, 1,000-1,700g”. There could be metal foreign bodies in it. The goods were sold at the discounter Lidl in almost all federal states.
Sold in almost all federal states
Fleischwaren Sutter GmbH from Gau-Bickelheim (Rhineland-Palatinate) has started a recall for its product "Landjunker Delikatess Kasseler-Lachsstück, 1,000-1,700g". As reported on the portal "Lebensmittelwarnung.de" of the federal states and the Federal Office of Consumer Protection, the product concerned was sold at Lidl Germany in all federal states with the exception of Bavaria, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Saarland.
Possible risk of injury
The recall of goods affects all best before dates up to and including December 4, 2016. According to the information, it cannot be excluded that there are metal foreign bodies on the surface of the affected product. Due to the possible risk of injury when consumed, customers should pay attention to the recall and not consume the affected product.
Affected products removed from sale
Lidl Germany is said to have reacted immediately "for reasons of consistent consumer protection" and has taken the affected product out of sale. Consumers who have bought the goods mentioned can also return them without presenting the receipt. The purchase price will be refunded.
"Only the product" Landjunker Delikatess Kasseler-Lachsstück, 1,000-1,700g "from the manufacturer Sutter GmbH is affected by the recall. Other products sold at Lidl Germany, in particular other Kasseler products from the manufacturer Sutter GmbH or other manufacturers, are not affected by the recall, ”wrote the discounter chain on their website.
Foreign bodies cannot be completely excluded
Due to errors in the manufacturing processes, contamination or foreign bodies in food products can occur again and again. As the Consumer Advice Center North Rhine-Westphalia announced in the past, foreign bodies cannot be ruled out 100 percent even if the surveillance should always be complete. In addition to foreign bodies, contamination with health-endangering germs is a common reason for food recalls. (ad)