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28th May 2022

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The Directorate General for Competition, Consumption and the Suppression of Fraud announces the recall of small jars sold by a supermarket brand. Find the references in the article.

Small pots are very practical when it comes to food diversification. For parents who cannot prepare all of their baby’s meals, they contain the right amount of vegetables and protein suitable for their age. However, be careful if you have recently refueled in a supermarket: the Directorate General for Competition, Consumption and the Suppression of Fraud (DGCCRF) announces on its site the withdrawal-recall of small pots from a private label .

The references of the recalled products
The DGCCRF announces that the products concerned are of the Leader Price Bébé Bio brand. These are the duets of vegetables (carrots and potatoes) and salmon, packaged in trays of two small 200 gram jars. “Some packages contain jars” Zucchini Pasta Chicken 2×200 grams Leader Price Organic Baby “with the presence of the unlabelled gluten allergen,” she explains.

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To find out if the small pots you have at home are affected by the recall, look at the packaging. On this one, the barcode number must be 326385048216, and the lot number 101803. As for the date of maximum durability, it was set for September 19, 2020. If these three criteria are met, then the products are recalled

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