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The new food recall published on the Ministry of Health website is in the last few hours. In this case, the withdrawal concerns a batch of Granarolo branded butter that may contain undeclared allergens, specifically gluten.
The product in question is sold in packs of one kilo and has the expiry date of 09-09-2021, which coincides with the production batch. Below is the complete sheet of the butter subject to the withdrawal:
@Ministry of Health
Consumers are therefore advised to pay the utmost attention and not to consume the product in case of celiac disease or gluten sensitivity and, in these cases, to return the product to the store where it was purchased.
The new recall is in addition to that of the past few days, which concerns two other batches of Granarolo and Buon Pascolo butter, withdrawn from the shelves for the same reason, or due to the possible presence of allergens not declared on the label.
Source: Ministry of Health
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