The Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (Aesan) is verifying the withdrawal from the market of cocoa cookies referring to the cartoon series Paw Patrol, from Nickelodeon, because the labeling in Spanish does not report the presence of traces of milk and soy.
The alert, notified by the Community of Madrid to Aesan, is aimed at people with allergies and intolerance to milk and soy and affects all lots in 150 gram plastic bag and room temperature in which the possible presence of the two allergens is not indicated on the labeling in Spanish.
The manufacturer has modified the label and the mislabeled product, which comes from Poland, is being withdrawn, but products with the old label may still be on the market or in the hands of consumers, according to the Aesan statement.
The Agency has recalled that Allergic people who may have this product in their home should refrain from consuming it. while its intake does not carry any risk for the rest of the population.
According to the information available, the initial distribution has been to the autonomous communities of Andalusia, the Canary Islands, Catalonia, the Basque Country, Extremadura, Galicia and Murcia., although it is not ruled out that there may be redistributions to other autonomous communities.