Food Alert

Snacks Farma Pasteli with Sesame Recalled

GREECE – Snacks Farma Pasteli with Sesame has been recalled due to unacceptable organoleptic characteristics regarding taste (mould taste in the mouth) identified. The recall has been requested by Hellenic Food Authority (EFET) following a consumer complaint.

The recalled product is ‘Snacks Farma Pasteli with sesame’ (in Greek: «Snacks Farma παστέλι με σουσάμι») in package of 60 gr, with lot number 331 and best before date 05-10-2014. The product is produced in Greece for the company “NTIMFIL EPE” (in Greek: «ΝΤΙΜΦΙΛ Ε.Π.Ε») situated in 29 Souri str., Athens (in Greek: «Σουρή 29, Αθήνα»).

No other Ntimfil Epe products are known to be affected.



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