Category Archives: Fermentation

Australia – Eagle Bay Brewing Company XPA – Secondary Fermentation

FSANZ

Date published: 27 August 2022

Updated: 29 August 2022

Product information

Eagle Bay Brewing Company is conducting a recall of Eagle Bay Brewing Company XPA 375mL cans. The product has been available for sale at BWS, Dan Murphy’s, Liquorland, First Choice, Vintage Cellars, Liquor Barons, Cellarbrations, The Bottle’O and other independent​ liquor retailers in WA. ​

Date markings

Best Before: BB 19/04/23

Eagle Bay XPA cans

Problem

The recall is due to secondary fermentation.

Food safety hazard

Food products containing excess alcohol and carbonation may cause illness/injury if consumed.

Country of origin

Australia

What to do​

Consumers should not drink or open this product and should dispose of it safely. Please contact Eagle Bay Brewing Company for safe disposal instructions and to arrange for reimbursement.

For further information please contact:

Eagle Bay Brewing Company
enquiries@eaglebaybrewing.com.au
08 9755 3554​​​

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Denmark – Discovery of fermentation in Irma’s organic buns in curry

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Hanegal A/S is recalling Irma’s ready meal with organic buns in curry due to findings of fermentation in some products.

Recalled Foods , Published: July 27, 2022

Modified 27 July 2022
​​​​Which foods:
Irma’s organic buns in curry ( see picture here )
Net content: 400 g
EAN no. 5709760085818​
Manufactured: 06-27-2022; Best before date: 27.07.2022
Manufactured: 07-05-2022; Best before date: 04.08.2022
Sold in:
The products are sold in Irma stores. ​​​​
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Company that revokes:​
Hanegal A/S.
Cause:
The company has established that there is a risk of fermentation being found in some products.
Risk:
Fermentation makes the products unsuitable as food.
Advice for consumers:
The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration advises consumers to return the products to the store where they were purchased, or to discard them.​​

Denmark – Fermentation in Delicato ketchup

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ALDI Denmark is recalling Delicato ketchup 500 ml, as there is a risk of fermentation in the product.

Recalled Foods , Published: February 18, 2022

What food:
Delicato Ketchup 500 ml ( see picture )
Best before date: 24.11.2022
EAN barcode: 25020267
Sold in:
ALDI stores throughout the country.
Company recalling:
ALDI Denmark, Herstedøstervej 27-29C, 2620 Albertslund
Cause:
There is a risk of fermentation in the product.
Risk:
Fermentation 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.

Germany – Berg Quellen Apfelschorle returnable glass bottle 0.7 l “with the best before date 06/23/22, Berg Quellen Iso Sport Pink Grape returnable glass bottle 0.7 l with the best before 06/18/22 and Berg Quellen Iso Sport Grape lemon returnable glass bottle 0.7 l” with the best before 06/18/22 -Secondary Fermentation

Warning type: Food
Date of first publication: 10/27/2021
Product name:

Berg Quellen Apfelschorle returnable glass bottle 0.7 l “with the best before date 06/23/22, Berg Quellen Iso Sport Pink Grape returnable glass bottle 0.7 l with the best before 06/18/22 and Berg Quellen Iso Sport Grape lemon returnable glass bottle 0.7 l” with the best before 06/18/22

Product pictures:

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Press release

Manufacturer (distributor):

Branded drinks Schwollen GmbH

Reason for warning:

As part of quality assurance, it was found that individual bottles undergo fermentation, which can lead to alcohol formation and the bottles to burst.

Germany – Hochwald apple spritzer returnable glass bottle 0.75 l with the best before 11.06.22 and Hochwald grape spritzer returnable glass bottle 0.75 l with the best before 11.08.22 – Secondary Fermentaition

LMW

Warning type: Food
Date of first publication:

10/27/2021

Product name:

Hochwald apple spritzer returnable glass bottle 0.75 l with the best before 11.06.22 and Hochwald grape spritzer returnable glass bottle 0.75 l with the best before 11.08.22

Product pictures:

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Press release

Manufacturer (distributor):

Hochwald Sprudel Schupp GmbH

Reason for warning:

As part of quality assurance, it was found that individual bottles undergo fermentation, which can lead to alcohol formation and the bottles to burst.

Germany – Seccohne – Fermentation

LMW

Warning type:Food
Date of first publication:02/23/2021
Product name:Seccohne
Product pictures:

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Manufacturer (distributor):Auhof, Fam. Pfisterer & Hauser, 88719 Stetten
Reason for warning:

The drink will foam over strongly when opened because it ferments. The fermentation can break the bottle. The drink is no longer non-alcoholic.

Durability:06/30/2022
Further information:Reference is made to the company’s customer information sheet attached.
Contact to the responsible authorities:
Baden-Württemberg:poststelle@mlr.bwl.de
Bavaria:poststelle@lgl.bayern.de
Press releases and information
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Customer information

Australia – The Bubble Verse Pty Ltd t/as PS Soda — PS Blackstrap Ginger 330mL – Secondary Fermentation.

Product Safety Australia

Photo of PS Blackstrap Ginger 330ml

Product description

PS Blackstrap Ginger 330mL
Ginger flavoured soft drink

Best Before: BB 28 08 21
Batch number: 280821

The product was sold at BWS stores in NSW.

The recall is due to possible excess carbonation and the potential for the bottle to rupture due to a secondary fermentation.

What are the hazards?

Food products containing excess carbonation may cause illness/injury if consumed.

What should consumers do?

Consumers should not drink or open this product, and should contact The Bubble Verse Pty Ltd for safe disposal instructions and to arrange a refund.

For further information, contact The Bubble Verse Pty Ltd by phone on 0424 400 701 or via email at info@ps-soda.com

Traders who sold this product

BWS

Where the product was sold
New South Wales
Dates available for sale
  • 13 July 2020 – 13 November 2020

Recall advertisements and supporting documentation

Australia – PS Blackstrap Ginger Soda 330ml – Secondary Fermentation

FSANZ

Product information

The Bubble Verse PTY LTD trading as PS Soda is conducting a recall of PS Blackstrap Ginger 330ml. The product has been available for sale at BWS in NSW.

Date markings

BB 28 08 21

PS Blackstrap Ginger Soda 330ml

Problem

The recall is due to possible excess carbonation and the potential for the bottle to rupture due to a secondary fermentation.

Food safety hazard

Food products containing excess carbonation may cause illness/injury if consumed.

Country of origin

Australia

What to do​

Consumers should not drink or open this product, and should dispose of it safely. Please contact The Bubble Verse PTY LTD for safe disposal instructions and to arrange compensation.

For further information please contact:

The Bubble Verse PTY LTD
0424 400 701 info@ps-soda.com
https://www.ps-soda.com/

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Denmark – Fermentation in Urtekram Rough Remoulade

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Midsona Danmark A / S is recalling Urtekram Grov Remoulade due to the risk of fermentation in the product.

Recalled Foods , Published: November 10, 2020

Modified November 10, 2020
What food:
Herbal Hug Rough Remoulade ( see photo )
Best before date: 14-06-2021
Net content: 200 ml
EAN barcode: 5765228400012
Lot no .: 1751109, 1751003 and 1751205
Produced in: France
Sold in:
Convenience stores in Denmark
Coop.dk 
The farm shop Månsson
Health food stores 
Calling company:
Midsona A / S
Cause:
There is a risk of fermentation in the product.
Risk:
The different taste may be due to the growth of microorganisms, which means that the product is no longer suitable for human consumption.
Advice for consumers:
Consumers who have purchased the product should discard it or return it to the store where it was purchased.