Product recall: be careful, these Chabrior cakes should no longer be consumed

Product recall: be careful, these Chabrior cakes should no longer be consumed

Please note, certain Chabrior brand breakfast cakes sold in Intermarché stores may be contaminated by a chemical substance. Explanations.

It was the Rappel Conso site which launched the alert. According to their press release, the cases of “Petit Dej Miel et Pepites de Cocolat” from the Chabrior brand distributed by Intermarché would be recalled almost everywhere in Europe due to a “chemical contaminant“.

Chabrior cakes recalled

The boxes of “Petit Dej Miel et Pepites de Cocolat” from the Chabrior brand concerned have the following information on the label:

  • Food / Sweet products Breakfast Honey and Chocolate Chips
  • Brand: CHABRIOR
  • Model or reference: Honey and chocolate chip breakfast biscuits 400g CHABRIOR
    • • GTIN 3250392401283 Lot L523179 Minimum durability date 04/30/2024
  • Packaging: Cases-400g
  • Marketing date: 07/04/2023
  • End of marketing date: 01/26/2024
  • Storage temperature: Product to be stored at room temperature
  • Geographical sales area: entire Europe
  • Distributors: INTERMARCHE

recall of Chabrior products

If the product was recalled, it is because a check revealed an acrylamide content in the packages of cakes in question above the limit authorized by European regulations.

According to the National Food Safety Agency (ANSES), “Acrylamide is a substance that forms when certain foods rich in asparagine (an amino acid) and starch are cooked at high temperatures. This molecule is recognized as a proven carcinogen for animals and possible for humans by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)“.

Consequently, the brand invites consumers to no longer consume these products, to return them to the point of sale and to destroy the product.

Intermarché assures that consumers holding the packages will be reimbursed – until the end date of the recall procedure, March 26, 2024.