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EAU YEAH water ice cream batches withdrawn. GIS message

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The Chief Sanitary Inspectorate announced the withdrawal of certain batches of Eau Yeah water ice cream due to the use of an ingredient contaminated with ethylene oxide in their production. “You should not eat the batch of products specified in the announcement” – it was stated.

According to Tuesday’s announcement, the Chief Sanitary Inspector was informed through the Early Warning System for Food and Feed (RASFF) that Udea BV was withdrawing certain batches of Eau Yeah water ice cream due to the use of an ingredient contaminated with ethylene oxide.

In the information from GIS it was pointed out that ethylene oxide is a substance harmful to health, the presence of this substance in food in the European Union is not allowed.

The GIS announced that the distributor of the ice cream batches indicated in the announcement in Poland – Bio Planet SA, – immediately after receiving information from the supplier, took steps to withdraw the indicated products from the market.

Lots withdrawn from the market:

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Product name: EAU YEAH Raspberry-Orange-Pineapple BIO water ice cream (6x60g)
Lot number: 1095001
Date of minimum durability: April 5, 2023

Product name: EAU YEAH water ice cream Raspberry-Orange-Pineapple-Lemon BIO (8x40g)
Lot number: 1061011, 1096010
Date of minimum durability: 03/03/2023, 06/04/2023

“The bodies of the State Sanitary Inspection are monitoring the process of withdrawing the above-mentioned batch of ice cream from the market,” informed the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate. “You should not eat the batch of products specified in this communication” – added.

Earlier, in early September, the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate issued a public warning regarding the lots of SPIDERMAN and FROZEN II OLAF ice cream – also due to the use of a component contaminated with ethylene oxide in their production.

In August, we reported about the withdrawal by GIS Augusto, Mucci, Gelatelli and Maxim ice cream batches.

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