Lidl is now recalling nut butter. For some customers, consuming the product affected by the recall may be unsafe.
Dortmund – Nut butter is a real all-rounder in the kitchen. As a spread on bread, as an ingredient in cooking or as a topping for your daily serving of fruit. However, Nut Butter from Lidl is currently subject to a recall.
A reminder from Lidl: Some customers should never use damaged almond butter
The “Maribel Bio Mandelmus braun, 250g” from Greek manufacturer Papayiannis Bros SA are currently recalled, as Lidl explains in a press release. But not all buyers are affected by the current recall, especially those with allergies should be careful.
Discounter Lidl reports that it cannot be ruled out that almond butter contains peanuts. Especially people with peanut allergy should not use this nut butter under any circumstances. Here’s all the important information about the current recall:
- Product: “Maribel Bio Mandelmus braun, 250g”
- Expiry Date (MHD): 29/01/2024 and 30/01/2024
- Manufacturer: Papayiannis Bros. SA
- For sale: Lidl throughout Germany
Lidl nut butter recall: It could be really dangerous for allergy sufferers
Lidl customers who don’t have a peanut allergy can eat this product without hesitation, but for those with a peanut allergy, it’s all the more important to keep their hands off the almond product. Symptoms can vary among people with allergies, but even a small amount consumed can cause serious symptoms Allergiecheck.de.
Symptoms after eating peanuts can be different. Possible swelling of the mouth and mucous membranes, skin reactions, nausea and vomiting up to shortness of breath, tachycardia and even loss of consciousness. In the worst case, severe allergic reactions can lead to life-threatening anaphylactic shock.
Lidl customers who can eat peanuts without a problem need not act, they can continue to eat the product. However, those with a peanut allergy should not touch it and return it to their nearest Lidl store. The purchase price will be refunded – even without a receipt.
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