Shards of glass found in sausage from the supermarket
There's a recent recall from Wurst. The cold cuts were sold in several supermarket branches and may contain broken glass.
Attention, whoever filled the fridge richly before the weekend: Another callback is reported, this time about cold cuts. Sausage that was sold over the meat counter of several supermarkets is affected.
The Rhön butchery Arnold has issued an official recall. It cannot be ruled out that there are glass splinters in a sausage from the manufacturer. Now the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety has issued a warning on the "food warning.de" portal before consuming the product.
Recall of liver sausage: danger of broken glass
Specifically, it is a kind of liver sausage. However, this was sold at the meat counter of the supermarket chain "tegut" – so it is not necessarily recognizable by the packaging. Anyone who has bought sausage in one of the branches should check the product:
- Rhön liver sausage in a ring (Natural casing)
- Supplier: Rhön butchery Arnold
- Best before date: 12/21/2020
- Sold between November 23rd and December 1st, 2020
The liver sausage was sold at branches of the "tegut … Gute Lebensmittel" GmbH & Co. KG and the Rhön butchery Arnold himself. The supermarket chain has locations in Hesse, Bavaria, Lower Saxony, Rhineland-Palatinate, Thuringia and Baden-Württemberg.
The sales outlets are said to have already been informed. The supplier is said to have already recalled and disposed of the sausage, so it should no longer be on the market. How the glass splinters got into the sausage is not known.
Anyone who has bought a liver sausage at the counter during the period concerned and suspects that it might be the said product should refrain from consuming it as a precaution. Customers can bring the sausage back to the relevant branch and should be reimbursed the purchase price even without presenting the receipt.