Autumn is here, and our plates are adapting. As winter approaches, many French people are crazy about purees of all kinds. Potatoes, carrots, broccoli… The possibilities are endless, and the nutrients are often guaranteed with this flagship product in our supermarkets.

Even if some cordon-bleu chefs sometimes prefer to make this dish themselves, today purées are sold in sachets, trays, and even… frozen!

However, if you have purchased mash recently, be careful. A Bonduelle brand frozen product is currently the subject of a store recall: it is mislabeled.

The Rappel Conso site informs: the “celery allergen is present even though it is labeled in traces in the list of ingredients”, which can represent a danger, especially for people with allergies or intolerance.

In this sense, make sure that you do not have this bag in your freezer. To do this, here is all the information necessary to identify the product concerned:

If you are in possession of the recalled lot, you can bring it back to the store where you purchased it now, or contact customer service on 08 000 91 091.

Obviously, if you are allergic to celery, do not eat the puree.