Posted: Fri 7th Feb 2020

Muller recalls yoghurts including own-brand Aldi and Lidl ranges because they may contain small pieces of metal

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Feb 7th, 2020

Müller is recalling several products because they may contain small pieces of metal due to a production fault.

The production fault also affects Lidl own-brand Milbona and the Aldi Brooklea Light range.  

The recall of 15 products made by the German manufacturer includes Muller Rice multi packs and Muller Fruit Corner.  

Muller said in a product recall notice: “As a precautionary measure Müller is recalling some batches of Müller Fruit Corner and Müllerlight, Müller Bliss Mascarpone and Müller Rice, due to the possible presence of small pieces of metal in the product.

“The decision follows the identification of a fault with a roller supporting belts used to transport fruit in its factory. The roller was misaligned potentially causing small pieces of metal to drop into the fruit.

“Müller has stressed that it has not detected any metal in samples from the affected batches. But the company has taken the precautionary measure of recalling certain products made during the period when this manufacturing fault developed.”

 

Aldi product recall notice:

For further information visit www.aldi.co.uk or contact [email protected].

Lidl recall notice:

Lidl Customer Services 0370 444 1234

No other Müller products are affected.

Müller has informed the Food Standards Agency of this action and they have issued a Product Information Recall Notice.

More information can be found at: http://www.food.gov.uk/

Consumers have been asked not to eat affected products, and to return them to the store where they were purchased for a refund. Members of the public who are concerned can also contact Müller’s consumer care team directly at: [email protected] or 01630 692000.

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