Germany: Edeka, Marktkauf, Netto and Aldi recall their favorite frozen food – serious health hazard

Photo of author

By admin

Manufacturer COPACK Tiefkühlkost Produktionsgesellschaft mbH recalls a product loved by many people in Germany. Salmonella was found in four frozen herbal mixtures as part of quality control.

The manufacturer warns that the bacteria can cause serious flu-like health problems. Symptoms include fever, headache, vomiting, and diarrhea. The herbal mixtures were sold in all federal states of Germany through branches of the Edeka, Marktkauf, Netto and Aldi chains.

Product responds:

  • “Edeka Bio 8 Kräuter 50g” expiration date until 01.2022 and 02.2022. The mixture was sold in Edeka and Marktkauf stores.
  • A blend of 8 herbs “BioBio Kräuter Mischnung 50 g” available from Netto Marken-Discount. Expiration date until 01.2022 and 02.2022.
  • A mixture of 8 herbs “GutBio 8 Kräuter Mischung 50 g”. Expiration date 21.01.2022 and 03.02.2022. The mix was available from Aldi Süd and GutBio 8 Kräuter Mischunng 50g. Expiration date 21.01.2022, which was sold at Aldi Nord.

The manufacturer reports that Salmonella has not been found in products with a different shelf life. In a published report, the company indicated that Salmonella can cause flu-like symptoms. It is especially not recommended to use these herbal mixtures for young children, pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems.

The company “reacted immediately and as a precautionary measure withdrew the related products from sale,” the press release said.

Buyers can return an item to the store where it was purchased. The product price will be fully refunded. A receipt is not required.

If you have any questions about COPACK Tiefkühlkost Produktionsgesellschaft mbH, call toll-free 0800 58 94 720 (24 hours a day) or email

Germany says this:

The incidence rate has exceeded 90 – when the lockdown is introduced

Every fifth enterprise is on the verge of bankruptcy

Is there a fine for a Russian passport overdue for 20 years