Denmark – Fermentation in remoulade

DVFA

K-Salad recalls a batch of K-Salad Diner Remoulade due to the risk of fermentation in the product. The fermentation is due to the growth of air-producing lactic acid bacteria. This may cause the product to swell.

Recalled Foods , Published: September 25, 2020

What food: 
K-Salad Diner Remoulade 
Net content: 300ml 
Best before date: 19-12-2020
Lot No: DE20HSI 
Sold in:
Grocery stores across the country
Company recalling:
K-salad
Havnevej 32
4591 Føllenslev
Cause: 
Growth of air-producing lactic acid bacteria can form fermentation of the product. When the product ferments, the pressure in the product rises and it can swell.
Risk: 
Growth of lactic acid bacteria in the product makes it unsuitable as food.
Advice for consumers:
The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration advises consumers to deliver the product back to the store where it was purchased or to discard it.

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