Product alert: batches of nougat infested with food moths

Product alert: batches of nougat infested with food moths

Foodies beware! Batches of nougat are currently being recalled. The cause ? The bags could contain food moths… Explanations.

Since yesterday, nougats from the “Nougat des Flandres” brand have been recalled. Indeed, they would be infested by food moths. TipsForWomens details the products as well as the procedure to follow.

Which products are affected by this recall?

  • Product category: Food
  • Sub-category : Sweet products
  • Marque : Flanders nougat
  • Model or reference:

Soft speculoos nougat in 125g pastry bag reference 93044B;

Soft nougat with Christmas spices in 125g pastry bag reference 93033B

Variegated soft nougat in 125g pastry bag reference 91007B

  • Lots concerned:
LotMinimum durability date
  • Packaging: 125g pastry bags
  • Start/end date of marketing: from 05/10/2023 to 22/12/2023
  • Storage temperature: Product to be stored at room temperature
  • Geographical sales area: Hauts-de-Europe
  • Distributors: Various traditional stores

What are the risks when purchasing?

Did you buy these nougats? According to the Rappel Conso website, they could contain food moths. Foods infested with these insects are not only unappetizing, but can also be dangerous to your health. Indeed, their consumption can lead to irritation, allergic reactions and intestinal diseases.

Therefore, for health reasons, it is recommended not to consume these batches of nougat and to return them to the point of sale. It is possible to exchange them in store until March 13, 2024.

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