The manufacturer of Ariel has recalled the popular detergent sold by Lidl. The reason is a microbiological burden.
Munich – The manufacturer Procter & Gamble recalls a detergent that was recently available from the discounter Lidl. It is the product named "Ariel Color Liquid Detergent". Affected is the lot number 92540303R0. The batch consists of two bottles of 65 wash loads each. The packaging also indicates the total number of 130 laundry loads. The bottles are combined by a carton into a packaging unit.
Controls by the manufacturer have now shown that the detergent could be microbiologically contaminated. This has informed P & G. Since September 16, 2019, the product has been sold exclusively in the Lidl branches, which are located in Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The nature and the danger of the contamination was not disclosed by P & G.
Recall: Ariel Detergent was only available from Lidl
The lot number is printed on the left and right side of the box. Furthermore, it can be found on the back of each bottle.
Customers who bought the detergent can return it to a Lidl store. The purchase price will be refunded to you. Since the product was only a few days in circulation, it is likely that large parts are still available, or the packs have not yet begun.
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