A popular baby food is currently being recalled in Germany.
Wrong labels can cause problems.
Bremen - A wrong label is currently causing a major recall * of baby porridge in Germany.
Humana Vertriebs GmbH will inform you about this on May 3, 2021. According to this, wrong labels were accidentally attached to some glasses.
That's why the company is now calling them back.
Baby porridge recall in Germany: Wrong label can have consequences
This affects the 250 gram jar of baby porridge from the brand "Aleteaware" with the taste "Spinach Cheese Risotto".
Here, in one batch, "a very small number of jars" was stuck with the wrong label due to a technical error, according to an averaging from Humana Vertriebs GmbH.
Humana Vertriebs GmbH is currently recalling certain glasses of the Alete baby porridge "Spinach Cheese Risotto".
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Instead of the “Spinach Cheese Risotto”, these glasses contain the “Vegetables with Spaghetti and Turkey” menu.
It contains the following ingredients: water, carrots 14%, cooked spaghetti 12% (durum wheat semolina, chicken egg white), potatoes, turkey meat 9%, zucchini 8.5%, celery, onions, broccoli 4%, rice semolina, starch, rapeseed oil, sunflower oil , Iodized salt, parsley.
People with intolerance or allergies to celery, gluten or egg white should therefore not eat the baby porridge.
For everyone else, however, the porridge is "safe to consume", it goes on to say.
The product details of the recall * at a glance:
Name: Alete consciously "Spinach Cheese Risotto"
Best before date: 12/2022
Batch number L0339 (to be found in the edge of the lid)
The corresponding glasses have now been removed from the market.
Other Alete products or batches are not affected.
Customers who have purchased the relevant product can return it to their shop without presenting the receipt and receive a refund of the purchase price.
Parents can contact the Alete Familienservice if they have any questions.
He can be reached by phone (0800 11252 05) or email (email@example.com).
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