Stop eating these muffins sold everywhere in Europe: they contain pieces of plastic!

Stop eating these muffins sold everywhere in France: they contain pieces of plastic!

A batch of wholemeal and 7-seed muffins from the Regent’s Park brand has been recalled across Europe. In question: the potential presence of pieces of stretchable plastic film, dangerous if ingested.

The possible presence of plastic film in a batch of wholemeal muffins led to a recall of these products.

What products are in question?

Discover the references of the products concerned.

  • Food / Cereals and bakery products MUFFIN WITH WHOLE FLOUR AND 7 SEEDS X4 250G
  • Marque : REGENT’S PARK
  • Model or reference: MUFFIN WITH WHOLE FLOUR AND 7 SEEDS X4 250G
    • • GTIN 3513851559636 Lot 24031 Minimum durability date 01/03/2024
  • Packaging: plastic film
  • Marketing date: 05/02/2024
  • Storage temperature: Product to be stored at room temperature
  • Geographical sales area: entire Europe
  • Distributors: CASINO, MONOPRIX, AUCHAN, CARREFOUR, DIAPAR, THE TOTEM, LA GRANDE EPICERIE, LECLERC, CORA, MATCH, SYSTEME U

What is the risk involved?

These specific lots are being recalled due to the presence of a foreign object, in this case a piece of plastic stretch film in certain 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: 0682315668. The recall procedure will end on Monday April 23, 2024.