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If you have recently purchased chocolate chip cookies and suffer from allergies, be very careful. In recent days, the Ministry of Health has published a communication regarding the withdrawal from supermarkets of shortbread biscuits with chocolate chips. The reason for the recall is related to the presence of allergens not declared on the label, specifically hazelnuts and eggs.
The product subject to withdrawal, under the Buon'Ora brand, it is sold in the ALDI supermarket chain. The lot withdrawn is L 15214 (B), with the deadline for storage set at 28/05/2022.
Here is the complete sheet with the details of the shortbread biscuits collected by the Ministry of Health:
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Anyone who has purchased shortbread biscuits can return them to any Aldi store. For more information, you can contact Aldi customer service on the telephone number 800 370 370.
Source: Ministry of Health
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