Check the milk bottles in your cupboards carefully. This Monday, Consumer reminder, the site for dangerous product alerts, has issued a report on several brands of bottled milk marketed in mass distribution. It follows “following a rise [des] consumers relating to an organoleptic defect”, indicates the site, that is to say an alteration of the taste and odor of the product.
Viva, Grandlait, Silhouette, Candia…
The brands concerned are Viva, Grandlait, Silhouette, Candia Maxi on 1L or 1.5L bottle packs. This concerns in detail:
- CANDIA MALIN maxi pack 1L bottle, pack x8
- GRANDLAIT semi-skimmed Bottle 1.5Lx4, 1Lx6, 1Lx8, pack x10
- FULL FLAVOR GRANDLAIT (Whole) 1L bottle, pack x6
- SILHOUETTE skim 1L bottle, pack x6
- VIVA Bottle 1Lx6 and x8
THE exact references are available on the Consumer Reminder website.
These products are sold in many major retail brands such as Auchan, Intermarché, Francap (G20, Coccinelle), Leclerc, Carrefour, Système U, Cora, Métro, Casino (Casino, Vival, Spar), Monoprix, Proxy, or Maximo again.
System U milk also recalled
The authority also reported U distributor brand milk, Monday. This is 1L semi-skimmed milk sold in packs of 6. Here again, the authority deplores an organoleptic defect in the product. “These products were manufactured and/or stored in conditions that do not provide satisfactory health guarantees,” explains the site. They are therefore likely to present a danger to the health of consumers. »
Consumers are therefore recommended to no longer consume the product or to return it to the point of sale.