Ice cream recall throughout Europe: these cones should no longer be consumed

Ice cream recall throughout France: these cones should no longer be consumed

Lots of 6 ice cream cones are being recalled throughout Europe. In question: the potential presence of metal shavings, dangerous if ingested.

The possible presence of metal fragments in several batches of ice cream cones distributed by Thiriet led to a recall of these products.

What products are in question?

Discover the references of the products concerned.

  • Food / Milk and dairy products 6 Cornets
  • Brand: THIRIET
  • Model or reference: raspberry lemon / passion fruit mango / caramel / strawberry vanilla / vanilla / lemon meringue
    • • GTIN 3292590082628 Lot 475834 Minimum durability date 01/01/2025
    • • GTIN 3292590082642 Lot 478031 Minimum durability date 02/01/2025
    • • GTIN 3292590084141 Lot 476846 Minimum durability date 02/01/2025
    • • GTIN 3292590082093 Lot 478027 Minimum durability date 02/01/2025
    • • GTIN 3292590082079 Lot 475880 Minimum durability date 01/01/2025
    • • GTIN 3292590084226 Lot 475847 Minimum durability date 01/01/2025
  • Packaging: box of 6 cones
  • Marketing date: 01/21/2024
  • End of marketing date: 02/23/2024
  • Storage temperature: Product to be stored in the freezer
  • Health mark: FR 88.158.001 CE
  • Geographical sales area: entire Europe
  • Distributors: THIRIET

What is the risk involved?

These specific lots are being recalled due to the possible presence of metal shavings in some products. According to the Rappel Conso website, “due to the risk of injury/adverse effects following the ingestion of this product, as a precaution it is recommended that people who have products belonging to the batch(es) described above do not consume.

For these products, a refund is offered and a contact number has been set up: 0970820821. The recall procedure will end on Monday March 23, 2024.