Danish supermarket chain recalling pest-infected pasta
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Food administration advises not to eat pasta with ‘something extra’
Coop Danmark A/S is recalling one of its own popular path brands after what it described as ‘pests’ were found in the product.
Coop said that the ‘Coop Smag Forskellen GEMILLI 4 COLORI’ pasta should not be eaten.
The pasta has been sold in Kvickly, SuperBrugsen, Brugsen, Dagli’Brugsen, LokalBrugsen and Irma stores, and on Coop.dk/mad.
Return it or toss it
Food Administrators Fødevarestyrelsen advised customers to return the product to the store where it is purchased or to discard it.
The infected product is:
- Coop Smag Forskellen GEMILLI 4 COLORI
- Net weight: 500 grams
- Best before date: 28/07/2019
- EAN barcode no.: 7340011357889
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