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Hohenloher Molkerei Recalls Milk Due to Microbiological Contamination

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Wojciech Zylm
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Hohenloher Molkerei Recalls Milk Due to Microbiological Contamination

German dairy cooperative, Hohenloher Molkerei, has announced a recall of its 'Gut&Gnstig' long-life whole milk, packaged in 1-liter containers. The recall is due to microbiological contamination detected during routine checks. The affected product has a minimum shelf life date (MHD) of March 27, 2024, and poses potential health risks due to its likelihood of turning thick and sour.

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Affected Areas and Customer Response

The recall predominantly affects Northern Bavaria, Baden-Wurttemberg, and adjacent areas of Hesse, Saxony, and Thuringia. Customers who have purchased the contaminated milk can return it to any Edeka or Marktkauf store for a complete refund without needing a receipt. Despite the recall, no other products from Hohenloher Molkerei have been implicated in this issue.

Customer Inquiries and Profile Update

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For more information, customers can contact Edeka's customer service or email qm@hofgut.net. In addition, the notice also reminds users that to comment on articles, they must complete their user profile with a name, nickname, and address. Unsuccessful account activation due to an expired link would require users to attempt registration again or contact customer service at leserservice@vnp.de.

Resolving the Issue

The issue of microbiological contamination has been identified and resolved by Hohenloher Molkerei, ensuring the safety of future products. This recall comes in the wake of several product recalls due to microbial contamination across the globe, underlining the importance of stringent quality check protocols.

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