This sliced ​​brioche sold at U should not be consumed

This sliced ​​brioche sold at U should not be consumed

A batch of sliced ​​brioche is the subject of a product recall. The reason ? The presence of plastic in the crumb of certain brioches. TipsForWomens explains what to do if you have this product.

A batch of 700g sliced ​​brioche from the U brand was recalled this Monday, November 27, 2023. The product is believed to contain traces of plastic in the crumb of the brioche. For your health, it is therefore recommended not to consume it.

Sliced ​​brioche: presence of plastic in the crumb

Sold at U, the bag of sliced ​​brioche affected by the recall has the following information on the label:

  • Product category: Food
  • Product subcategory: Cereals and bakery products
  • Marque : U
  • Model or reference: Sliced ​​brioche U bag 700g
  • GTIN : 3256224801726
  • Lot : 03523305
  • Minimum durability date: 11/29/2023
  • Packaging: 700g
  • Storage temperature: Product to be stored at room temperature
  • Geographical sales area: Departments: CHARENTE (16), CHARENTE-MARITIME (17), CHER (18), COTES-D’ARMOR (22), CREUSE (23), FINISTERE (29), ILLE-ET-VILAINE (35 ), INDRE (36), INDRE-ET-LOIRE (37), LOIR-ET-CHER (41), LOIRE-ATLANTIQUE (44), LOIRET (45), MAINE-ET-LOIRE (49), MAYENNE (53) , MORBIHAN (56), SARTHE (72), DEUX-SEVRES (79), VENDEE (85), VIENNE (86), HAUTE-VIENNE (87)
  • Distributors: U Enseigne

What is the procedure to follow ?

This product was recalled because an inspection revealed the presence of plastic in the crumb of certain buns in the batch.

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 of the recall procedure, December 11, 2023.

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