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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Milk recall

Tnuva milk RECALL! 
1 liter cartons of 3% milk with an expiration date of 22/8/2012 are being recalled. 
The recalled cartons have the letter "ב" next to the date. They were distributed to stores in the area between Binyamina and Rishon L'Tziyon. They have been contaminated with a cleaning substance. 
 Call Tnuva at 1-800-666-244 between 8 am and 10:30 pm for more information.
This is what a Tnuva milk carton looks like. Source: Tnuva.co.il
 

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for this information Ester, I've shared it on fb.

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  2. Why do people buy cartons when sacks are cheaper? just out of curiosity?

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    1. 1. cartons have a longer life
      2. the vitamins are retained better in a carton than in a plastic bag
      3. they taste different
      4. sometimes they are on sale

      Personally I prefer the cartons, but cannot justify the expense right now, so I buy bags. But for many, many people, cartons are the way to go...

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  3. I prefer the cartons, because it keeps fresh longer, and the sacks would always make a mess and spill when the kids are slamming the fridge door. I buy only TARA milk by the way, since we make a point of no longer buying TNUVA produce when possible.

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    1. Tara had their own big recall not long ago... did you have a hard time finding milk?

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