100% vegetable Russian salad withdrawn due to the presence of egg not declared on the label

Who I am
Elia Tabuenca García
@eliatabuencagarcia
Author and references

Those who do not have allergies can consume the product, but the presence of egg could be a problem for those who follow a vegan diet

Don't store avocado like this: it's dangerous

The Ministry of Health has ordered the withdrawal ofunsalted russa 100% vegetable by Marquis Roscio, produced by Gastronomica Roscio in the Vidigulfo plant, in the province of Pavia.





The recall relates to packs of 150 grams identifiable by the lot number AB36 (A) and with deadline 23/10/2020.

© Ministry of Health

The reason for the recall is given by the presence of undeclared eggs in the ingredients list. The notice released yesterday by the Ministry specifies that the recall is aimed exclusively at people allergic to egg, who are obviously asked not to consume the Russian salad and to return it to the store where it was purchased.

For those who do not have egg allergies, the product is suitable and safe and can be consumed without risk.

© Ministry of Health

However, since this is a Russian salad declared with 100% vegetable ingredients, the presence of eggs could also represent a problem for those who have chosen a vegan lifestyle and bought the product precisely because of the absence of eggs and ingredients of animal origin.


Reference source: Ministry of Health


Read also:

  • Withdrawn gluten-free cookies for allergens not declared on the label
  • Russian salad: the original recipe and 10 healthier variations
  • 4 valid alternatives to eggs for a healthier and eco-friendly diet
add a comment of 100% vegetable Russian salad withdrawn due to the presence of egg not declared on the label
Comment sent successfully! We will review it in the next few hours.