Gourmet bakery chain started the attack by gulls, crows, moths and flies

most people can agree that the pastries from Lagkagehuset tastes excellent, even on the so-called gourmetbageri a large extent using additives and margarine ins

Gourmet bakery chain started the attack by gulls, crows, moths and flies

most people can agree that the pastries from Lagkagehuset tastes excellent, even on the so-called gourmetbageri a large extent using additives and margarine ins

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
02 November 2019 Saturday 16:00
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Gourmet bakery chain started the attack by gulls, crows, moths and flies

most people can agree that the pastries from Lagkagehuset tastes excellent, even on the so-called gourmetbageri a large extent using additives and margarine instead of butter, which is much more expensive.

See also: Revealed: Lagkagehuset fills chemistry and margarine in the cake

And, apparently, also have a variety of pests also had a taste of godtebrødet. Reports from the Danish veterinary and food administration reveals how the kaptalfondejede bakery chain started in several places have hygiene problems


for Example, got the branch Over the other day a penalty, because there was a moth in the bakery and in the basement.

’It indskærpes that food at all stages must be protected against contamination that may render them unfit for human consumption or hazardous to health,’ required Fødevarekontrollen.

In a dirty Lagkagehus North in Frihavnsgade in Copenhagen found the inspectors a few weeks ago, that there were ’flies, moths and fruit flies in stock and in the shopping area.’ Also it triggered a penalty.

But most glaringly, it was enough earlier in the year in Lagkagehusets big brødfabrik in industrikvartet Priorparken in Brøndby outside Copenhagen earlier in the year.

Here ate the birds directly from the stikvogne with discarded bread.

’Stikvogne with discarded bread stored outside in connection with the disposal. Found that the cars with bread were not monitored and that it is the drag div. birds (seagulls, crows o.l.) with the risk of contamination of the wagons used for the storage of bread for delivery, etc.’ writes the Danish veterinary and food administration.

’It is reported that stikvognene not cleaned before they are reused', writes the Danish veterinary and food administration, which responded with a warning notice.

the Same industribageri got in the way a few weeks ago and also criticism, because that was a worse mess in the ecology. The ’organic’ bread with pumpkin seeds turned out to be conventional, for Lagkagehuset used conventional cores in eco-bread.

See also: Danish gourmetkæde loses lawsuit: Customers fuppet

Lagkagehuset has not wanted to make up for an interview, but Extra the Magazine received an e-mail:

'Matters relating to cleaning/stikvogne, pointed out at the previous supervision in Brøndby, denmark, is being rectified. Procedures for the handling of returbrød is changed. The fda has verified these facts and found it in order. The procedure for the organic balanceregnskab is changed and there is increased scrutiny in the form of daily inventory counts, increased control of the balance of the flour, documentation of waste on a daily basis, new procedures for storage/marking of organic food, the new procedure for goods receipt etc. In Aabenraa has the Fda found the moth in the machine that has not been in use for several months. The plant is removed and the moths fought.'

Louise Hechmann
quality manager, Lagkagehuset

Read the inspection report on the eco-mess here.
Read the inspection report on the birds in the bread here.
Read the test report about the moth here.
Read the inspection report on moths, flies and fruit flies here.

Updated: 02.11.2019 16:00
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