Carlsberg has been given a fine of 80,000 crowns, after they made a manufacturing mistake, which gave the risk of glaspartikler and remnants of label-paper.
Bryggerigiganten sent a batch of their Carlsberg Pilsner out to grocery stores across the country. 21 shops had been reached to sell the beers to the consumers, before they were pulled back.
It writes TV2 Lorry.
According to the Danish veterinary and food administration was the Carlsberg too slow and too poor to send information about the withdrawal to customers and consumers.
Therefore, get Carlsberg a fine of 80,000 crowns and sharp criticism of the Fda.
According to TV2 Lorry discovered the Carlsberg fault 28. november in the afternoon, but dagligvarebutikkerne got the first message about produktionsfejlen 29. 30. november.
in Addition, you get Carlsberg criticism for having sent the press release about the error to the two local newspapers instead of a national news agency, as for example Ritzau. The criticism also sounds that Carlsberg first informed the Fda about the error 29. november.
- we are sorry, and we are responding to criticism and corrects us, of course, a hundred percent after it in the future, says the group's press officer Kasper Elbjørn to TV2 Lorry.
It was a mistake, that the party with the risk of, among other things glaspartikler was sent out to shops throughout the country. 21 of the 446 stores that got ølpartiet, managed to sell some of the beers to the consumers.
It discloses in addition to TV2 Lorry that Carlsberg has subsequently updated their internal systems and intend to pay the fine on the 80,000 crowns.