Efe Madrid


Updated Tuesday, February 20, 2024-10:41

The supermarket company


has removed baked chicken and mushroom empanadas from its shelves due to the possible presence of traces of fish that were not declared on its labeling, which could harm people allergic to fish.

According to the information available from the

Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (Aesan)

, the initial distribution has been in stores of the AhorraMas chain in the autonomous communities of Madrid and Castilla-La Mancha.

Specifically, containers of 500 grams of empanadas with expiration dates of 02/22/2024 have been removed; 02/21/2024 and 02/20/2024.

As a precautionary measure, people allergic to fish who may have the aforementioned product in their homes are advised to refrain from consuming it.

The consumption of this product does not entail any risk for the rest of the population, as recalled by Aesan.