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For those who are intolerant to gluten, beware of these batches of corn, buckwheat, rice and hemp pasta, withdrawn for possible too high levels of the allergen
The Ministry of Health has issued a new withdrawal of products from the retail trade for "chemical risk”: These are some batches of gluten-free pasta made from corn, buckwheat, rice and hemp of the Bio In brand, withdrawn due to the possible presence of gluten allergen levels beyond the permitted level.
In all references, the brand of the product is Bio In, the name or business name of the FBO in whose name the product is marketed is La Romagnola Bio SRLS, the identification mark of the plant or producer is La Romagnola Bio, while the name of the producer is La Romagnola Bio Srls with headquarters of the plant in via Martiri Ponte Bastia 11 in Argenta (FE). But let's see in detail what are the lots involved in the seizure:
- Penne of corn and buckwheat in packs of 500 grams, with expiry date 22/01/2024:
- Filini of brown rice in packs of 500 grams, with maturity 22/01/2024;
- Bersaglieri of brown rice in packs of 500 grams, with maturity 25/01/2024;
- Fusilli of brown rice in packs of 500 grams, with maturity 25/01/2024;
- Penne of brown rice in packs of 500 grams, with maturity 25/01/2024;
- Bersaglieri of brown rice and hemp in packs of 350 grams, expiring on 26/01/2024.
The possible chemical risk applies only to those suffering from gluten intolerance - all other consumers can also eat these batches of pasta without any consequences for their health. In case of allergy or intolerance, however, the Ministry advises against consuming the product, but invites you to immediately bring it back to the shop, so that you can receive a refund for the purchase.
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Source: Ministry of Health
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