On the state website Rappel Conso, many products are recalled every day because they are harmful to health. Three products of this well-known ice cream brand have been withdrawn from sale…
After Kinder and Buitoni, this time the product recall affects an ice cream brand that is well known to consumers. The reason ? The presence of “chlorine ethanol” in three of its flagship summer varieties.
Recall of three branded products
Summer is the perfect time of year to laze by the pool with an ice cream cone. Some prefer team sorbet for the refreshing side, while others prefer ice cream greedy, consumables in pots for example. Chocolate, macadamia, pecan, there are many flavors to satisfy your cravings.
But beware, the Rappel Conso site just revealed three on Friday July 29thIce which were withdrawn from the market precisely because of their existence 2-CE (2-chloroethanol). The same chemical compound found in Purina dry cat food, which was recalled two weeks ago.
Here is the list of products affected by the recall:
– Sundaes and glasses
– Multipack ice cream 2/3
– 3/3 ice cream sticks and mini sticks
All products affected by this recall have an expiration date between March 16, 2023 and April 29, 2023
A famous brand in question
The brand in question, Häagen-Dazs, whose factory is in Pas-de-Calais, has already withdrawn some of its products from the market. In fact, some ice creams contain it ethylene oxidea powerful herbicide banned in Europe for ten years because carcinogenic. For its part, the brand defended itself by saying that it buys its vanilla in Madagascar, which makes it difficult to trace the product. 1,500 toxic substances, although banned in Europe, could still be found on our plates.
A green number was also introduced in relation to the reimbursement of these products: 0 800 333 231marketed in the characters: Leclerc, Auchan, Carrefour, Casino, Cora, Intermarché, U-System, Match, Pomona, Monoprix, Franprix, Croque Gel, Metro, Picard, Colruyt, Fresca as indicated on the government website.