Ferrero has announced that it would withdraw some of the Kinder chocolate products, produced in Belgium, sold in Serbia due to the possible link with some reported cases of salmonella. Customers are advised not to consume these products and to contact the company’s Customer Care if they come in contact with them.
“Although none of the tested Kinder products sold in Serbia was positive for salmonella, nor have we received any complaints from consumers so far, we take this situation extremely seriously, because taking care of consumers is always our priority. As a precautionary measure, we have decided to withdraw, on our own initiative, the Kinder Schokobons and Kinder Happy Moments products from Serbian shops, and the following batch numbers produced in Belgium,” the press release reads.
SCHOKOBON KINDER 200g, L007L003 –
SCHOKOBONS KINDER 46g, L293RZD-KX
KINDER SCHOKOBONS 46g, L336RZD-MU
SCHOKOBON KINDER 125g, L005L03 –
SCHOKOBON KINDER 125g, L293R03 –
SCHOKOBON KINDER 125g, L302R03 –
SCHOKOBON KINDER 125g, L307R03 –
SCHOKOBON KINDER 125g, L321R03 –
SCHOKOBON KINDER 200g, L292R03 –
KINDER HAPPY MOMENTS 191g, L005LWPJ
All other Ferrero products, including unlisted Kinder products, have not been recalled said the company, adding that their distributor is working to ensure that the suspected Kinder products are no longer available for purchase.
“If you have any of these products, the advice is not to consume them. Report the problem by sending an e-mail to [email protected] and our consumer care team will be happy to help. We take food safety very seriously and sincerely regret the situation,” the company’s press release concludes.
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