Batches of 1664 Blanc beers unfit for consumption recalled in several stores in Haute-Vienne and Corrèze

Batches of 1664 Blanc beers unfit for consumption recalled in several stores in Haute-Vienne and Corrèze
Batches of 1664 Blanc beers unfit for consumption recalled in several stores in Haute-Vienne and Corrèze

An alert was launched by the government organization RappelConso on Thursday, April 18, after ethylene glycol was detected in several packs of 1664 Blanc beer, making it unfit for consumption.

This weekend, there’s no question of quenching your thirst over a 1664 Blanc beer. Several batches of beer marketed by Kronenbourg were contaminated with ethylene glycol, used as antifreeze and dangerous to health if ingested.

The ingestion of ethylene glycol is followed, after a few hours of latency, by digestive disorders (nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain) and depression of the central nervous system, according to the National Institute for Research and Safety (INRS). ). A large dose can cause shock, coma and convulsions.

New Aquitaine and Occitanie

An accidental presence denounced by the government organization RappelConso, Thursday April 18 on batches marketed between April 3 and April 10, only in the stores of the distributor Intermarché in Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Occitanie (Intermarché, Hyper, Super).

Among these 195 stores concerned, supermarkets located in Haute-Vienne and Corrèze:

Haute-Vienne

– Intermarché Châlus,

– ITM Super Rochechouart,

– ITM Hyper Limoges,

– ITM Super Aixe-sur-Vienne,

– ITM Super Bellac,

– ITM Super Bessines-sur-Gartempe,

– ITM Super Cussac,

– ITM Super Eymoutiers,

– ITM Super Glandon,

– ITM Super Limoges-Legendre,

– ITM Super Limoges-Montevert,

– ITM Super Magnac-Bourg,

– ITM Super Panazol,

Corrèze

– ITM Super Meymac,

– ITM Super Tulle,

– ITM Super Uzerche,

– ITM Super Ussel,

– ITM Super Objat,

– ITM Super Brive-la-Gaillard-Ribot,

– ITM Super Brive-la-Gaillarde-Pilou.

The lots concerned are L087N1100 to L087N1500. These are packs of twelve 25 cl bottles. The codes are visible on the top of the pack, in a light blue box, as well as on the bottle.

If you purchased these packs, you must return them to the points of sale as quickly as possible, and you will be refunded. For their part, informed supermarkets have removed the packs from the shelves.

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