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Zero clean-up: Rema 1000 days for the old food

the Other day could Extra Magazine writing, to Rema 1000 in Copenhagen sold food that had long since exceeded the date of minimum durability of 1000 days.

See also: 1000 days for the old food in the Rema1000

’Not good enough. We make the effort,’ promised the shop to Fødevarekontrollen.

But a new report reveals that they did not really have the energy to clean up.

At a visit last Thursday took Fødevarekontrollen again an arsenal of old foods, for example lots of old Peter Larsen-coffee, which also, by the prior inspections was too old.

in Addition, it was found, among other things dessertkirsebær, who was four months old, and kyllingepølser and oksekødpølser, which had exceeded the last date of application.

’the Merchant believes that the business was reviewed for expired goods. We do it (clean up, red.) again,’ promised the merchant again without doing it.

- of course, It is extremely regrettable that there was not rectified the situation, and the merchant is very upset by what has happened. And all of the possible explanations is of no use, for the customers have to trust us, and here is happened errors that must not happen, so it is regrettable, and we are tightening up, the promise of Jonas Schrøder, communications manager of Rema 1000.

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