A manufacturer who supplies Aldi has recalled one of its products.
Serious illnesses threaten if eaten.
Neu Wulmstorf - Do not eat!
Schwarz Cranz GmbH & Co. KG
) is recalling one of its products.
It is a cold cut that was
More precisely: "
- mildly cured, cooked
beef cold cuts
- with a pepper
" with the
(best before) November 27, 2020 and the batch number L32309768.
Aldi recall: apparently nine federal states affected
According to the manufacturer, that batch was at Aldi Nord in the companies Bargteheide, Berlin, Großbeeren, Hann.
Münden, Nortorf and Seevetal sold.
That sounds smaller than it is, because as food warning.de breaks down, a total of
nine federal states are
The affected pastrami slices.
© Schwarz Cranz GmbH & Co. KG
Aldi recall: Listeria monocytogenes detected
has been detected in
the affected product
The press release goes on to say: “Listeria monocytogenes can trigger severe
and symptoms similar to flu.
For certain groups of people, especially high-risk groups - the elderly, people with a weakened immune system, pregnant women and small children, a
health hazard cannot be ruled
The affected pastrami cold cuts should
not be consumed
The goods have been withdrawn from sale, it continues.
Other articles and best before dates are not affected by the recall.
Anyone who bought the cold cuts from Aldi can of course
, even without presenting the receipt, emphasizes the manufacturer.
A cheese recall * is currently causing concern.
* Merkur.de is part of the Ippen-Digital editorial network.
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