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France recalls pizzas due to potential glass debris in ingredient

BySamantha Johnson

Apr 15, 2024
France recalls pizzas due to potential glass debris in ingredient

A product recall was issued unexpectedly for pizzas sold in Auchan stores throughout France. The government site Rappel Conso highlighted the recall of pizzas due to the possible presence of glass debris in one of the ingredients. Specifically, the “queen, goat’s cheese, honey, Alsatian, Franche-Comté, and tuna” pizzas distributed by Auchan in Avallon (Yonne) are being recalled. These pizzas were sold between April 8 and 12.

The recall is due to the potential presence of glass debris in the ingredient “oregano leaf” used in the pizzas made in store. As a safety precaution, customers are advised not to consume these pizzas, return the product to the store, or dispose of it. Those who purchased these pizzas may be eligible for a refund.

Affected customers can receive reimbursement and are advised to contact the store for assistance. It is important to follow the recall instructions to prevent any potential harm.

By Samantha Johnson

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