Langenfeld (dpa) - Grapes sold at the supermarket chain Rewe have been recalled due to an increased level of pesticide residues. The consumption of the grapes is strongly discouraged, the supplier Eurogroup Germany said on Thursday.
The recall applies to «Table grapes light seedless» of the Thompson seedless variety with lot numbers 07-03 and GGN 4063061228598, which are sold in Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Brandenburg, Berlin, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania and Thuringia were. The grapes come from India. They can be returned in the supermarkets. The purchase price will be refunded according to the information.
Due to microbiological contamination, the Herrmann Gewürz GmbH & Co. company recalled a batch of "Curry green". According to the Saarland Ministry of Consumer Protection, this poses a health risk. The batch had the imprint: "Curry green", best before date 27.01.2023. Packages of 70 grams and 1 kilogram are affected.
The company had been informed by a supplier that a component of the spice was contaminated with salmonella, said Head of Unit Damian Müller on Thursday in Saarbrücken. "We support the company's recall to all customers who bought the item." They could return the product without presenting the receipt.