Ice cream mixed in metal flakes! Japanese confectionary
December 24 news, food safety has always been the focus of public attention. Recently, Morinaga, a Japanese confectionary giant, has urgently recalled one million ice cream products due to suspected foreign matter in the product.
According to a report on the website of the Japan Current Affairs Agency on the 24th, Morinaga Co., Ltd. announced on the 24th that a cup of ice cream 'Sunday Cup (Paris Chocolate)' sold in supermarkets and stores nationwide may be mixed with a few millimeters of metal flakes. 1.28 million related products were recovered.
According to reports, until now, no news has been received about the impact of this on health. Earlier, the company received a customer complaint that 'there was a mix-in.' After investigation, it was found that it was caused by incorrect installation of parts at a manufacturing commissioned factory in Isesaki, Gunma Prefecture, Japan.
It is reported that the side of the cup of the recalled product has the words 'Gunma Factory' and the two digits behind the production batch number 'AK' at the bottom of the cup are printed with '09', '10' and '11' respectively. These products were manufactured from late September to early November of this year and sold nationwide.
According to Morinaga's official website, Morinaga Fruit Co., Ltd. was founded in 1899 and is one of Japan's well-known food companies. Its business involves candy, chocolate, biscuits and cold drinks.
About Ice Cream
Ice cream is made of drinking water, milk, milk powder, butter (or vegetable oil), sugar, etc. as the main raw materials, adding the right amount of food additives, the volume expansion after mixing, sterilization, homogenization, aging, freezing, hardening and other processes Frozen food.