The Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (Aesan) has extended the alert due to the presence of mustard in different batches of garden soup packages as it is not included in the nutritional labeling.
The agency dependent on the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, which initially warned of the sale of this product in Auchan (Alcampo in our country), explains that these soups are also sold in the Eroski, Alteza, Carrefour, and Spar supermarkets.
Specifically, the garden soup is sold in Andalusia, the Canary Islands, Cantabria, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León, Extremadura, Galicia, Madrid and Navarra.
As a precautionary measure, Aesan recommends those people with an allergy to mustard to refrain from consuming this product. Furthermore, remember that its consumption does not entail any risk for the rest of the population, but rather the alert is issued because undeclared products are included.
This is an expansion of the information transmitted on November 3, 2023, from the Basque Country. After alerting the Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition, through the Coordinated System for Rapid Information Exchange (SCIRI).
Specifically, in the Spar it indicates the following lots: 1002D3, 2617D3, 2826D3 of 80 grams. In the case of Alteza, the affected lots are 2051D2 / 1450D2, 3105D3 / 2704D3, 3005D3 / 0810D3, 2913D3 / 2321D3 and 1938D3 of 80 grams as well. Auchan is one of the most affected: 2051D2, 0301D3, 0444D2, 1603D3, 2443D3. Eroski also packs 1302D3 / 1228D3, 1803D3 / 2913D3, 1311D3 / 1938D3, 2813D3 / 2038D3 of 80 grams. Finally, in Carrefour, lots 0209A3, 0314A3, 0902A3, 2739A3.