If you have bought these squid, be careful. They may contain amounts of cadmium higher than the permitted limitsDon't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
If you have purchased these squid be careful. They may contain amounts of cadmium higher than the allowed limits. This was made known by the Coop supermarket chain that withdrew the product.
In particular, the recall concerns the already cleaned squid of the Albatros brand, produced by MARR SpA based in via Spagna, 20 in Rimini. Contaminated squid are sold in 400g trays.
According to what we read in the section dedicated to Coop's recalls, they have one
cadmium concentration higher than the permitted limits.
Therefore, if you have purchased this product, you must return it to the point of sale to obtain an exchange or a refund.
For further information, please contact:
- Lucia Visconti: email@example.com
- Andrea Carlini: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reference source: COOP
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