Health alert: another chocolate spread is withdrawn from the market

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These products have been withdrawn due to the presence of undeclared hazelnuts

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Recently, Health sent an alert for a batch of spreadable chocolate sold in Spain, since it seems that it has happened again, so it warns again about another similar product that can cause problems for
persons allergic.

has been his own
Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN)a body dependent on the Ministry of Consumption, which has informed citizens that it is a batch of 'Jumbo' that has not included the
presence of hazelnut as an ingredient on the label.

Hazelnut allergy can range from
symptom mild oral to potentially dangerous anaphylaxis.

Data of the products involved: Mel chocopasta

  • Product name: Melk chocopasta

  • Trademark: Jumbo

  • Product appearance: glass container

  • Batch number: 17921B

  • Expiration date: 08/31/2022

  • Unit Weight: 400g

  • Room temperature

puur chocopasta

  • Product name (on label): Puur chocopasta

  • Trademark: Jumbo

  • Product appearance: glass container

  • Batch number: 17921B

  • Expiration date: 08/31/2022

  • Unit Weight: 400g

  • Room temperature

Health has recommended, as a precautionary measure, that people with allergies to hazelnuts who may have this product at home do not consume it. For the rest of the population, its consumption does not pose any risk.

At the moment there is no record in Spain of
no case reported associated with this alert.



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