Still at Aldi: samples show that four out of ten foods are contaminated with carcinogens

The substance ethylene oxide has actually been banned in the EU for about 40 years. Despite this, it continues to appear in a number of products, leading to recalls in many cases. A random sample of the WDR now has a scary result. 2-chloroethanol, the degradation product of ethylene oxide, was detected in four out of ten products.

First product affected: Kiri cream cheese, particularly popular with children. Just like a test from the NDR from the previous year, the value here was 0.037 milligrams per kilogram. When questioned, the manufacturer Bel Brands explained that it carried out tests itself in 2021, but found no evidence of ethylene oxide or degradation products.

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