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Misleading Citygross marked meat - dates moved forward

Misleading Citygross marked meat – dates moved forward

These are the products that got the wrong date better than before on their packaging.

“We regret that certain types of meat and fish were incorrectly labeled in a number of our stores. Product durability days are not something we give a thumbs up to. Something went wrong because our instructions were not clear enough. We immediately went to all stores to make sure there were no products incorrectly marked in the counters,” says Thomas Remgaard, City Gross Quality Manager, in a press release.

Incorrect labeling applies to certain items of store-bought meat and fish, which were purchased before April 15, i.e. Good Friday.

Customers are encouraged to contact their local store to ask questions or if they would like to return a product.

In the press release, City Gross states that an internal investigation will be launched to investigate the error and ensure similar situations do not happen again.

The chain has also made clear its operating procedures for employees who handle meat and fish, City Gross writes.

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