The frozen vegetable manufacturer Härmavili recalls of its products that contain corn due to a possible contamination with the listeria bacteria.
The international food industry company Greenyard recalls all of its frozen vegetable products manufactured in its Hungarian factory due to a possible contamination with the listeria bacteria (a species of Listeria monocytogenes). In connection with this, Härmavili is recalling as a precaution from the consumers and stores all of its vegetable mixes that contain corn, which have been manufactured by Greenyard. The hazard of contamination does not concern the other products of Härmavilja.
The products being recalled are the following:
Panniroog (frying pan dish), Härmavili 400g
Hernes, mais, porgand (peas, corn, carrots), Härmavili 400g
Praadimissegu kartuliga (frying mix with potatoes), Härmavili 400g
Mais (corn), Pinguin 2.5 kg
To return the product, the company asks that you write to the following address: info@härmavili.com. All commercial partners are asked to remove these products from sale.
As a precaution, Greenyard is recalling products manufactured between 8/13/2016–6/20/2018. Greenyard has temporarily halted the manufacturing of these products.
As far as we know, there have been no cases of illness caused by the consumption of these products. AS Balbiino runs regular laboratory tests on its products, thereat also checking for the presence of the listeria bacteria, but no cases have been discovered during its checks.
“The recalling of products does not actually mean that these products are contaminated, but we enforce as many precautionary measures as possible, since food safety is our number one priority. We are recalling these products from the commercial outlets and the consumers, and we ask that you avoid consuming these products. We apologize to our customers for this situation,” said Helena Alesma, the product manager for Härmavilja.