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Ice cream batches withdrawn from the market. The reason is the contaminated ingredient

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The Chief Sanitary Inspector announced on Wednesday that several batches of Häagen-Dazs ice cream were being recalled. The reason is the use of contaminated vanilla extract.

As part of the public food warning, the GIS said it was a specific lot of 460 ml vanilla ice cream from Häagen-Dazs.

Sanepid reported that it was informed through the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) that the French company Häagen-Dazs was withdrawing certain batches of vanilla ice cream due to the use of an ingredient contaminated with ethylene oxide. It was said to be vanilla extract.

The recipient of the questioned batches of the product in Poland – IGLOTEX SA – decided to recall the batches that were placed on the market before the company was informed about contamination.

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Withdrawn batches

The name of the product is Vanille ice cream 460 ml, the producer is Häagen-Dazs, and the distributor is IGLOTEX SA, ul. Leśna 2, 80-220 Skórcz.

The following lots have been withdrawn: 4284602 (with the expiry date on 05/08/2023), 4166999 (with the date of 08/24/2022), 4154886 (with the date of 07/26/2022), 4241137 (with the date of 01/27/2023), 4251427 (with the date of 02/27/2023) and 4265875 (with the date 03/21/2023).

Ethylene oxide is harmful to health.

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