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Lidl recalls bread that may contain foreign bodies

Remember to check your cupboards. Caution is advised if you have recently gone shopping at Lidl. The German brand has just recalled several batches sold in self-service of “Rustic Cereal Baguettes” (250g) cooked on site. The reason ? These products are likely to contain metallic foreign bodies. A reminder sheet has also been published on the dedicated government site, rappel.conso.gouv.fr.

All lots with GTIN code 4056489495017 are affected by this recall. These items, sold throughout France, were marketed from 05/03/2022 to 05/13/2022. Find the list of all the points of sale concerned just here.

All Lidl customers who have a cereal baguette that is part of these batches in their possession are invited not to consume it and to destroy it or bring it back to the store for a refund. “Due to the risk of injury or adverse effects following the ingestion of this product, as a precaution it is recommended that persons who hold products belonging to the lot(s) described above not to consume them”, insists the sign. In the event of a problem following ingestion of the offending product, consult a doctor quickly.

The end date of this recall is set for Wednesday July 13, 2022, indicates rappel.conso.gouv.fr. For any questions on this subject, Lidl’s consumer service is at your disposal at the following number: 0 800 900 343.

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