Recall of mineral water with residues



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Detergent residues in mineral water

The Rhodius mineral springs recall a batch of mineral water due to detergent residues. The taste of the water is badly affected, but there is no health risk. The bottles can be returned in stores.

Detergent residues in one batch The Rhodius Mineralbrunnen and Beverages GmbH from Burgbrohl in the Eifel recall a batch of mineral water for precautionary consumer protection. It is said to contain detergent residues. As the company from Rhineland-Palatinate announced on Friday, a batch of the product "Vulkanpark-Quelle Eifel Medium" in 12 x 0.7 liter glass reusable boxes with the expiration date "January 16" and the batch number "L 4029" on the label was affected .

No acute health hazard The company pointed out that there was no acute health hazard when the product was consumed. However, the mineral water is badly affected in taste and has residues of various benzene derivatives such as toluene. Beverage retailers in the north of Rhineland-Palatinate were mainly supplied. The company asks customers to return the affected boxes to their stores. The purchase price will be refunded.

Contamination in food Due to errors in the manufacturing processes, contamination or foreign bodies in food products can occur again and again. The solvent toluene can cause nerve, kidney and possibly also liver damage in certain amounts and is considered to be toxic to reproduction and harmful to the fruit. The substance could also cause symptoms such as dizziness, headache or drowsiness. (ad)

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