SPAIN’S ministry of health has issued a warning after several batches of magdalenas have been found to mistakenly contain gluten and dairy.
Specifically, ‘gluten-free’ versions of brands Sol Natural and Mdalen have been found, to in fact, contain gluten, which could set off allergic reactions for celiac sufferers.
The affected batches are the 145g and 70g packages, with the following serial numbers:
ECO91024080 (expiration 06/25/2019)
ECO91024051 (expiry date 06/29/2019)
ECO91024032 (expiration 08/07/2019)
ECO91024092 (expiration 14/07/2019)
ECO91025060 (expiration 20/07/2019)
ECO91025031 (expiration date 29/07/2019)
ECO91025002 (expiration 05/08/2019)
ECO91025072 (expiration 12/08/2019)
ECO91026030 (expiration 18/08/2019)
There is also an alert regarding the 190g Diet Radisson maize-based magdalenas.
The affected lot is 260120 with consumption date 26/01/20.
In this case, the labeling does not reflect the presence of milk, so its consumption can be harmful for people allergic or intolerant to dairy.
The product with this defect has been manufactured in the Autonomous Community of Castilla y León and distributed by a company in Catalunya to establishments in Castilla-La Mancha, Valencia, Asturias, Castilla y León, Andalucia, Basque Country, Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Madrid , Murcia and Galicia, as well as establishments in Portugal.