Product recall: cheesecakes and soft Toblerone not to be consumed

Product recall: cheesecakes and soft Toblerone not to be consumed

Toblerone brand soft drinks and cheesecakes have been recalled. The reason ? The presence of plastic. TipsForWomens explains to you what to do if you own one of these products.

Soft and cheesecake products from the Toblerone brand were recalled on January 19, 2024. The product may contain traces of plastic. For your health, it is therefore recommended not to consume it.

The batches concerned

Sold in many supermarkets, these products are recalled throughout Europe. Discover the information allowing them to be identified:

  • Food / Sweet products MOELLEUX AND TOBLERONE CHEESECAKE
  • Brand: TOBLERONE
  • Model or reference: MOELLEUX TOBLERONE 180g (2x90g) CHEESECAKE TOBLERONE 170g (2x85g)
  • • GTIN 5412949096825 Lot MOELLEUX TOBLERONE 180g (2x90g) Lot: 133600049 Use-by date 01/02/2024
  • • GTIN 5412949096801 Lot CHEESECAKE TOBLERONE 170g (2x85g) Lot : 140050042
  • Use-by date 02/09/2024
  • Packaging: SOFT TOBLERONE 180g (2x90g) CHEESECAKE TOBLERONE 170g (2x85g)
  • Marketing date: 02/01/2024
  • End of marketing date: 02/09/2024
  • Storage temperature: Product to be stored in the refrigerator
  • Geographical sales area: entire Europe
  • Distributors: AUCHAN- CARREFOUR – FRANCAP – INTERMARCHE – LECLERC – PROVERA – SYSTEME U LES ATELIERS – PRIMAPRIX – SAVEURS D’ANTOINE – ALDOUEST – SEGUREL

What is the procedure to follow ?

This product has been recalled because an inspection revealed the presence of plastic in certain batches.

According to the government website Rappel Conso, the risks incurred by the consumer could be the risk of injury and adverse effects following the ingestion of this product. As a precaution, people who have the batch of brioche mentioned above are recommended not to consume it and to return it to the point of sale.

The brand assures those who have purchased this famous product that they will be reimbursed until the end date of the recall procedure, February 9, 2024.

For any further information, a contact number has been set up: 003242579798