There is detected pork in miniburgerne Angus Burger Sliders, which are otherwise only supposed to contain beef.
Salling Group has immediately removed the product from the kølediskene.
'There is not observed any harmful by product, but our customers must, of course, be able to rely on what they are buying,' says Carina Jensen, quality manager in the Salling Group, in a press release.
the Product expired in February, but customers may have frozen the product down.
'And they must of course be informed of the error,' write the Salling Group.
to be on the safe side, have the Salling Group decided to stop the sale of miniburgere with other produktionsdatoer.
All the products with expiration date in February 2019 and can therefore be returned.
– It is the Salling Group's own control, that have found the fault, which the manufacturer subsequently confirmed. While we are satisfied that our internal control mechanisms works, we find the test result is unacceptable and has obviously informed the Danish veterinary and food administration, says Carina Jensen.
Customers who have bought the product, it may without presentation of a receipt return the product and get a refund.