Number of ‘express’ drinks and shakes recalled in Spain

The Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN) has confirmed a number of ‘express’ drinks and shakes that may contain hydrogen peroxide residues have been recalled.

Lactalis Nestlé Productos Frescos (LNPF) has withdrawn several batches of its shake-type milk drinks – brands Nescafé Shakissimo and Nesquik Shake.

El Corte Inglés’ Choco Nata Cup and Milsani’s Chocolate Cream Cup sold in Aldi have also been recalled.

Hydrogen peroxide is used to disinfect the containers before filling, but the remains in these products can cause a pungent taste and irritation in the mouth of consumers.

As yet there haven’t been any consumer complaints, but people who have any of these products in their home are asked to refrain from consuming them and should contact the company’s customer service on 900 112 131.


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