Barely put on sale, Nutella ice creams already recalled everywhere in France

Barely put on sale, Nutella ice creams already recalled everywhere in France
Barely put on sale, Nutella ice creams already recalled everywhere in France

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Laurene Fertin

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May 29, 2024 at 3:15 p.m.
; updated May 29, 2024 at 3:43 p.m.

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Ferrero has just launched into marketing Nutella ice cream. But already, the products are the subject of a recall by the government site Rappel Conso.

Nutella ice creams indeed present a lack of labeling regarding allergens. The different batches recalled concern the whole of France.

Products in detail

The Nutella ice creams affected by this recall are sold in U stores of France. The products concerned are:

  • The lot starting with L071E32, with the bar code No. 8000500425183 and a minimum durability date of 02/09/2025;
  • The lot starting with L072E32, with the bar code n°8000500425183 and a minimum durability date of 03/09/2025.

They are packaged in jars of 470ml and were marketed from 05/20/2024 to 05/23/2024.

A labeling defect

Nutella ice creams indeed have a labeling defect. Their label contains the mention of allergen in foreign languages ​​and not in French.

The allergens present are therefore cream, milk, hazelnuts, soya.

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Also affected are allergens that may “be present in trace amounts”: gluten, eggs, almonds, walnuts, cashews, pecans, pistachios, macadamia nuts.

Ferrero specifies, with-.fr that this “voluntary” withdrawal is effective for nearly 600 jars Nutella frozen specialties

The list of ingredients and allergens is in Italian and English in particular when it should have been written in French. The quality of the product remains the same.

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Reminder Conso recommends contacting consumer service at 08 00 55 35 53. The end of the recall procedure is Sunday July 28, 2024.

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