A Popular New Jersey Grocery Store Recalls This Holiday Product
Great, here's one more thing to have to worry about during the busiest time of the year.
It seems like we are more and more frequently hearing about recalls.
Just a few days ago, there was a recall announced for Weiss sea salt ice cream because coconut was accidentally added to a batch.
A few weeks ago a whole bunch of detergent was recalled because of bacteria that were found within a shipment.
Well, another item is being recalled from a popular discount grocery store in New Jersey, and this could affect your holiday season.
Now, fortunately, the grocery store that sold the product is pretty good about doing quality control checks and catching issues sooner than later.
But it's still scary knowing that you brought something home that could be hazardous to you and your family.
What Popular New Jersey Grocer Issued A Recall?
It's a place that's pretty popular right here in New Jersey because it offers quality products at reasonable prices.
Lidl, the German-based grocery store issued a recall this week over a product that was sold between October 12th and December 5th of this year.
Now fortunately Lidl will let you return the item with or without a receipt.
What Product Did Lidl Recall?
It's a popular holiday item that helps you count down the days until Christmas.
Eat This Not That reports Lidle recalled their Favorina-brand premium chocolate advent calendar due to the potential for Salmonella contamination.
The advent calendar had a beset if used by date of 2023, and a serial number of 4056489516965.
As I mentioned, if you bought the advent calendar Lidl is allowing customers to return it to their stores with or without a receipt.