New Colomba variety potatoes marketed by Lidl stores were withdrawn from sale this Friday, July 5, as a precautionary measure, as they would exceed the maximum residue limit of Fosthiazate, an insecticide that applies in the United States.

These products were put on sale between 21 and 26 June by the sign and are extracted from the shelves by Parmentine S.A., as a precaution. The lots concerned are the following: the number 19147535 L2502 and 19147537 L2503, from the producer SCEA (civil farming company) of Papin.

A recall notice issued on the DGCRF website (Directorate General for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Control) recommends that people who purchased these starchy foods before the recall should bring them back to the point of sale, where they “will be refunded even without presentation of the receipt”, says the opinion.

Source: rtl.fr

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