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The Conad supermarket chain has recalled these corn flakes. In one lot there are allergens not declared on the label, the consumption of which could be dangerous for allergic people.
The retention concerns in particular the Conad Frosted Corn Flakes in the 375 gram format. According to what Conad itself reported in the section of its website dedicated to recalls, the presence of peanuts not declared on the label was found in a batch of cereals.
Molino Nicoli SpA with headquarters in Via Locatelli 6 in Costa di Mezzate (BG) produced them for Conad.
“All customers with allergies to the allergen peanut and who are in possession of a package belonging to the aforementioned lot, they are invited to bring it back to any Conad sales point, which will replace it with the product of another lot or refund it ", reads the safety notice.
Fortunately, this is a single lot featuring cod. EAN 8003170016798 e expiry date 14/01/2022.
If you have purchased these cereals and are allergic to peanuts, be careful and avoid consuming them. In all other cases, corn flakes do not pose any health hazard.
Reference source: Conad
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