The company Fleisch-Krone feinkost GmbH from lower Saxony Golderstedt calls back different meatballs in the variants with the assortments of supermarket chains Norma and Rewe. It cannot be excluded that the meatballs are contaminated with Listeria. Are affected, among other things, meatballs, a popular Rewe own brand “Yes”.
The flesh-crown reported on Saturday. Be affected the following two articles
- Norma: Well Bartenhof meatball classic and meatballs-meatballs with the batch no. 97812 and 97813 with the date of minimum durability 05.11.2019 and
- Rewe: “Yes! Meatballs meatballs 500 g pack of, with the date of minimum durability 05.11.2019 and 20.11.2019,
- Article-EAN 43 888 4022 2728, veterinary kontrollnr. DE – NI 10138
Operation of flesh-crown closed
On Sunday, the authorities announced that the competent operation of flesh-crown is for the time being, closed. You’ve arranged Resting on the authorisation for the affected operation.
This consequence had been arranged for the location of Goldenstedt (district of Vechta) the company of flesh-crown, said on Sunday the speaker of the lower Saxony consumer protection Ministry, Sabine Hildebrandt.
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13 provinces of meatballs recall affected
First of all, it was said, concerned, “Well Bartenhof”-meatballs were exclusively to Norma stores in Aichach, Rossau, Ahrensfelde/Blumberg, Dettingen, Rheinböllen and Kerpen have been delivered. For the Rewe-meatballs were the producer no regional restrictions – known.
According to "Product recalls.de" the following States are in the meantime, however, the recall affected:
- Lower Saxony
- North Rhine-Westphalia
Of a consumption of the affected products health experts advise urgently. Customers can return the affected items for a refund of the purchase price in the stores. Meat crown has a phone number for consumer questions set up from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 17 p.m. is: 05434 / 9460-266
Surf tip: operation in the state of Baden-Württemberg – the Wilke unit of the next meat-operating under Listeria is suspected