The Ministry of Health has withdrawn Ovomaltine chocolate bars due to the possible plastic presenceDon't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
More foreign bodies in the chocolate. A new food alert involves this product. The Ministry of Health has withdrawn Ovomaltine chocolate bars due to the possible plastic presence.
It had already happened in recent days when the ministerial authorities had ordered the withdrawal of Conad dark chocolate bars, again due to fragments of hard plastic inside the food.
Conad dark chocolate withdrawn due to the presence of hard plastic fragments
This time, however, the reference concerns the Ovomaltine brand. The chocolate was produced in Switzerland by Wander AG at the Neuenegg plant. Nothing to do therefore with the previous withdrawal. Again, Conad chocolate was prepared in Switzerland but by another manufacturer.
According to the safety notice released by the Ministry of Health, the new recall concerns Ovomaltine Chocolate in 100g bars and there are two lots involved: 1328913 A; 1328913 B with expiry date 08/05/2021.
For more information, please contact customer service at the telephone number: 0471-344306 from Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 17:00.
If you bought this tablet, check the lot and if it coincides with one of these, avoid consuming it.
To read the security notice click here
Sources of reference: Ministry of Health
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