Cheese recall at Rewe, Norma and Co.: Consumption may damage kidneys and liver

Norma and Rewe recall sheep's cheese

There is a recall at Rewe, Norma and other retailers. This affects a popular sheep’s cheese, which can damage the kidneys and liver if eaten.

The Trienon company informs of a product recall. It is Notos sheep’s cheese / Bulgarian brine-aged sheep’s cheese 200g, as the company announced in a press release. The reason is an increased value of photoinitiators.

Specifically, these are all packs with an expiration date of July 19, 2022 or earlier. The cheese bears the EAN number 4041249000402.

Cheese recall at Rewe, Norma and Co.: Here’s how consumers should react

Rewe, Norma and Co.: This sheep cheese is being recalled.
Rewe, Norma and Co.: This sheep cheese is being recalled.

Trienon GmbH

Photoinitiators are chemical compounds which are used, among other things, in printing inks. They can cause liver and kidney damage. The manufacturer therefore warns against the consumption of the product.

Whoever purchased the product can return it to the point of sale. The purchase price will be refunded. It is not necessary to present a receipt. Trienon apologizes for the incident. Measures have already been taken to ensure that this does not happen again in the future.

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