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Braunschweig-based company Leis takes cucumber salad off the market as a precaution
As a precaution, Leis GmbH from Braunschweig takes one of its cucumber salads from the market. The reason for the recall: A consumer had found a piece of broken glass in a "cucumber hot" jar.
Shard of glass found in a 480-gram jar As a precaution, the Braunschweig-based company Leis GmbH is calling its "Leis Salad from Cucumber Hot" from the market because a consumer has found a shard of glass in a 480-gram jar, a company spokeswoman said on Monday.
Jars affected with a best before date of July 14, 2016 According to the Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety, the cucumber jars with the code "A14.07.16" and Article No. 244060 as well as the best before date of July 14, 2016 are affected. All other Leis products, such as For example, "Grandma's cucumbers" or the canned vegetables "PROVITA" and "Lida" are, according to the company, "not affected and unrestrictedly suitable for consumption". Consumers who have already bought a corresponding cucumber salad can return it to retailers and get the full purchase price back. On the website, the company states: "All of our foodstuffs are strictly checked for quality and compliance with European standards." That is why the glasses were called back from the trade. (No)
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