Status: 26.09.2023, 04:59 a.m.
By: Kilian Bäuml
Caution, health hazard with milk: Weihenstephan and Sachsenmilch are recalling packs. Among other things, children should not drink them under any circumstances.
Kassel – Hardly any other food is as much in everyday use as milk. For many people, it belongs in the coffee first thing in the morning. In hundreds of thousands of households in Germany, it is always in the refrigerator, even though milk alternatives are becoming increasingly popular. All the more frightening when such an everyday food is recalled. Currently, it is not recommended to consume several products at once. The two well-known manufacturers Weihenstephan and Sachsenmilch warn their customers.
Currently, the milk of several dairies is being recalled, as it is said to be able to cause infections. (Symbolic image) © NomadSoul/Imago
Milk recall at Weihenstephan and Sachsenmilch
One of the products from the recall is the 0.5 and 1 liter pack from Weihenstephan.
Currently, the milk of several dairies is being recalled because it can cause infections. This also includes milk from the well-known Weihenstephan dairy. © lebensmittelwarnung.de
|Product||Fresh milk 1.5% fat (1 liter and 0.5 liters)|
|Best before 1 litre||06.10.2023 + 08.10.2023|
|MDH 0.5 litres||07.10.2023|
In the case of the recall of Sachsenmilch, only one pack size is affected.
Currently, the milk of several dairies is under recall because it can cause infections. This also includes milk from the manufacturer Sachsenmilch. © produktwarnung.eu
|Product||Fresh milk 1.5% fat (1 litre)|
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Several dairies recall milk: Weihenstephan and Sachsenmilch provide the same explanation
Information about the recalls will be provided in two press releases each for Weihenstephan and Sachsenmilch. The reports read very similarly, both speak of a "microbiological deviation" that is said to be able to trigger infections. Especially vulnerable groups such as the elderly, pregnant women and children should not drink the milk. What exactly the deviation is and which infections can be specifically caused is not specified. Anyone who has purchased milk affected by the recall can also return it without a receipt and receive the purchase amount back there.
However, milk is not the only product currently under recall. A dessert is also being recalled – the reason for this is salmonella.