Lidl recalls dark chocolate cookies across France

The sign of the German distributor Lidl is recalling this Friday packages of “organic dark chocolate bar biscuits” from the Sonday brand, sold throughout France between June 2 and June 9 with packaging in a foreign language, report our colleagues from Parisian.

The reason ? No mention in French of the terms “gluten” and “milk”, potential allergens, appears on the packaging. Or other traces of allergens such as soy, nuts, sesame seeds and eggs, according to the government site Rappel Conso.

A scheduled refund

The affected products have the following references: GTIN 20928827, lot L2022105, date of minimum durability 04/15/2023, and GTIN 20928827, lot L2022147, date of minimum durability 05/27/2023.

Consumers who have purchased these products must return them to their point of sale until September 2 and will be reimbursed. The list of stores concerned is available by clicking on this link. If you have any questions, you can reach the following number: 0800900343.

However, it is specified that people who are not allergic to the ingredients mentioned above can consume these biscuits without any problem.

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