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Entertainment Attention, broken glass! REWE calls "Olives in Slices" by Ibero Back

13:35  28 october  2021
13:35  28 october  2021 Source:   fitforfun.de

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Oliven-Rückruf bei Rewe © Manufacturer Olive Recall at REWE Caution when consuming: Since Rewe in some products larger pieces of glass were found, the supermarket chain "Olives in Slices" calls back from Ibero.

In the olives of the Ibero brand, larger shards were discovered. The supermarket chain REWE is therefore calling back the product immediately.

The consumption of the olives is urgently discouraged. The glasses can be returned in each Rewe shopping center. The purchase price will be refunded. If you have further questions, you can contact RILA Feinkost-Importe GmbH & Co.KG.

Olive Recall: These batches are affected

affected are the olives named "Ibero Green Hojiblanca Olives". You have the filling quantity of 230g and the draining weight of 105g.

The gtember of the product is 4013200555320 and the minimum prevention data of the affected glasses are 05.06.2023, 01.08.2023, 05.08.2023 and 10.08.2023.

Sources

chip.de, retrieved online on 28.10.2021, https://www.chip.de/news/grosse-rueckragaktion-Ins-ReeWe-Glaschenben-Coen-Urduhündungen-fuehren_183915342.html

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