Conos Chocolate Milka, Minibom Almendrado Nestlé, Mikolápci Pirulo, Ice Cream Toblerone, Mini Chocolate Nuii, Maxibon Triple Chocolate Nestlé, Ice Cream Sandwich Nestle, Ice Cream Gran Lady Nata Nestlé Camy, Ice Cream Smarties Pop Up Nestle, Toblerone Bomb , Mini Bombs Milka and Frosted Whiskey Nestlé Tart are, among others, the varieties of desestlé ice cream affected by the pollution of the ethylene oxide cancer in the stabilizing additive E410 (also called Garrofin or Algarroba rubber) that are being removed from the establishments .
At the moment, the Multinational Swiss of Food has not made public the list of the affected products (at the moment, 46), but facua has made public a list of alerts from feeding chains that have withdrawn from the sale.
Facua-consumers in action has published on its website a relationship of retired ice cream varieties, which warns that "it is not necessarily complete", with the data from the supermarkets of removal alerts from the manufacturer of manufacturer-nestlé manufacturer . These alerts have been disseminated internally by Carrefour's food chains, day and cougar.
Froneri clarified in a later statement that "solely are affected very concrete lots of certain products".
Facua has requested multinational Nestlé to make public the name of the ice cream affected by pollution, since it says that Froneri at the moment has only provided an application on its website in which to type the product lot number to report whether It is or not contaminated.
He has also requested the Spanish Food Safety and Nutrition Agency (AESAN) from the Ministry of Consumption to publish the list of contaminated ice cream and criticizes the one that has not done it to date. La AESAN has published a statement on its website.
Last May, the Swiss Multinational Food, which elaborates from milk for babies to coffee, recognizes that 60% of its products do not meet the criteria to be healthy. This was admitted to an internal document to which the Economic Financial Times had access.Updated Date: 03 August 2021, 19:29