Recall at dm: Glass splinters found in drink - internal injuries possible
Created: 12/26/2022, 06:05
By: Jennifer Lanzinger
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A drink is affected because of broken glass.
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In the worst case, consuming a drink could lead to internal injuries or even bleeding.
The item that was sold at dm is now being recalled.
Munich – Consuming a turmeric-ginger shot could be painful or even very dangerous.
For this reason, Voelkel GmbH is recalling the product as a precaution "for reasons of preventive consumer protection".
The article was sold both in the dm branches and in the dm online shop.
Recall at dm: glass splinters found in drink - better not drink the product
As the company explains in a press release, the batch was occasionally found with the smallest glass splinters in bottles.
The product Turmeric Ginger Shot 60 m with a best before date of March 27, 2024 is affected. "It cannot be ruled out that other bottles will also be affected," the company continued in the press release.
For this reason, it is recommended not to consume the product.
Products with other best-before dates are currently not affected.
As the company further explains, affected customers could return the corresponding product for a refund of the purchase price without presenting the receipt.
The drink was sold in the dm branches and in the dm online shop.
Foreign objects in the food or drink, such as broken glass or broken glass, can cause serious injury.
Internal injuries and internal bleeding must also be feared in these cases.
Other products are also being recalled - organic products and hazelnut butter are currently affected
Other products that had also been sold at dm were recalled only recently.
Anyone who bought the organic pepper from dm or has it on the spice shelf at home should take a look at the best-before date.
And: instead of hazelnut butter, some jars from an online retailer contain a different content.
The product was sold by dm and Müller, among others.