Denmark – Fermentation in remoulade


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 and / or yeast. This may cause the product to swell.
14-10-2020 UPDATED – The recall has been extended and now includes more lot numbers

Recalled Foods , Published: September 25, 2020

Modified October 14, 2020
What food: 
K-Salad Diner Remoulade 
Net content: 300ml 
Best before date: 19-12-2020
Lot No: DE20HSI 
Best before date: 09-03-2021
Lot no: DE20IJP
Best before date: 10-03-2021
Lot No: DE20IVP
Sold in:
Grocery stores across the country
Company recalling:
Havnevej 32
4591 Føllenslev
Growth of air-producing lactic acid bacterial  k depends form the fermentation of the product. When the product ferments, the pressure in the product rises and it can swell.
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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