Drugstore concern dm recalls coconut oil because of broken glass
As a precaution, the drugstore group "dm" is calling back its "dmBio coconut oil". A piece of glass had been found in a glass. Splinters and fragments can lead to serious injuries in the mouth and throat as well as internal injuries.
Shards of glass in coconut oil
As a precaution, the drugstore company "dm" calls back the "dmBio Kokosöl 220ml". According to the company, only goods with the batch code L1867 / 19D and the best-before date 30.12.2017 are affected. The coding is easy to see on the label on the back of the product. According to the manufacturer, the vegan food is used "for roasting, cooking, baking". As the company announces on its website, a piece of glass was found in a single glass of the batch mentioned.
Opened products can also be returned
According to the drugstore group, the entire batch was taken out of sale. All other batches are flawless. Buyers are asked to return unopened or already opened products from the affected batch to the dm stores. The purchase price will be refunded. "We regret the incident and apologize to all customers for the inconvenience," said the company.
Broken glass can lead to serious injuries
Food that could contain broken glass or broken glass should in principle no longer be consumed. These can lead to serious injuries in the mouth and throat or to internal injuries. Due to errors in the manufacturing processes, contamination or foreign bodies such as glass, aluminum or plastic residues can repeatedly occur in food production. Only a few months ago, a large recall campaign was initiated in Bavaria after glass fragments up to two centimeters long had been found in pork. (ad)