Long-life cow’s milk sold in supermarkets including Leclerc, Auchan, and Intermarché has been recalled across France.
The recall was issued after several clients complained about the milk. The defect has been described as an ‘organoleptic’ problem, meaning an issue with flavour, texture, or smell.
For example, it may curdle when heated.
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VIVA 1% MG 10 Vitamines – Brique 1L x 6 - Viva Candia
Risques : Modifications organoleptiques
Motif : Remontées de nos consommateurs et consommatrices portant sur un défaut organoleptique (goût, texture ou odeur) qui peut se car ...https://t.co/ZHil75zQCk pic.twitter.com/OM3xYAX3kh
The details are:
- Brand: Candia
- Product: Viva 1% MG Vitamines
- Sold in: 1L x 6 carton packs
- Sold since: December 22, 2022
The package details are:
- Bar code: 3176571991003; Lot 22346 (16:42 – 23:59), F; Minimum use date: 11/04/2023.
- Bar code: 3176571983008; Lot 22346 (16:42 – 23:59), F; Minimum use date: 11/04/2023.
- Bar code: 3176571991003; Lot 22347 (00:00 – 10:00), F; Minimum use date: 12/04/2023.
- Bar code: 3176571983008; Lot 22347 (00:00 – 10:00), F; Minimum use date: 12/04/2023.
The milk was sold mainly in Leclerc, Intermarché, Auchan, and Francap supermarkets, as well as Proxy convenience stores.
The recall is voluntary. Consumers who have bought the milk are advised not to consume it, and instead to bring it back to the original point of sale for a refund or exchange.
The contact number for more information is 09 87 87 00 50.
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