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Allnuts recalls panhandlers over high levels of aflatoxin

Customers are asked not to consume this product and return it to the point of sale where it will be refunded.

Aflatoxin is produced by molds and can grow in food. “Poisoning resulting from the absorption of too high a dose of aflatoxin is mainly manifested by serious problems with the liver,” we read on the website of the Federal Agency for Food Chain Safety (AFPC).

For more information, consumers can contact the company by e-mail or by phone 013/55.05.59.


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