Lidl withdraw a batch of dangerous beers sold in Spain

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THE German supermarket chain Lidl has issued a statement on its website for the withdrawal of a batch of dangerous beer sold in Spain due to a serious manufacturing defect.

A batch of Camaro Cerveza Red beers (with a best before date 11/21), manufactured by the company Brasserie Licorne SAS. 

The supermarket has warned that when opening them, glass splinters may be released and due to the risk that it entails, Lidl withdraw the batch of dangerous beers and ask consumers who still have this product in their homes, to refrain from consuming it and go to any Lidl store to return it and request a refund, no receipt is required for a full refund.

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    • Herbert Lichtenwald

      27 October 2020 • 16:08

      thank you for this very helpful information

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