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Foreign bodies in frozen pizza – healing practice



Reminder: Frozen pizzas may contain plastic parts

Freiberger Lebensmittel GmbH from Berlin has a recall for the product “Rewe Beste Wahl, Pizza Classica TexMex”. The reason for this measure: In the frozen pizza could themselves plastic parts condition. Foods that may contain foreign bodies should no longer be eaten.

According to a statement published on the website of the Rewe supermarket chain and on the portal “” from the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) can be downloaded, the Berlin company recalls the article “Rewe Beste Wahl, Pizza Classica TexMex” as a precautionary measure for reasons of preventive protection consumers.

Flexible hard plastic foreign body

The product affected by the recall is “Rewe Beste Wahl, TexMex Classic Pizza“ in 350 gram pack, EAN: 4388860610031, minimum durability date (MHD): 06.2023, filler: L2262; 07.2023, batch: L2279 and 07.2023, batch: L2287.

The company informs that due to the raw material used, it cannot be excluded that plastic parts could have penetrated the products. It’s a question of clear plastic partsapproximately 1.5cm x 2cm, made of bendable hard plastic.

The company therefore immediately had the item in question withdrawn from sale. Customers can return the product to the store and get the purchase price reimbursed, even without presentation of the receipt.

Do not consume product

The consumption of the product concerned is strongly discouraged. Foods that may contain foreign bodies should generally no longer be eaten. Because it can sometimes lead to injuries in the mouth and throat or even inside injuries come. And if smaller parts remain in the body, inflammation cannot be ruled out either. (ad)

Author and source information

This text corresponds to the requirements of the specialized medical literature, medical guidelines and current studies and has been verified by health professionals.


  • Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety: details of food warnings, (retrieval: 22/11/2022),

Important note:
This article contains general advice only and should not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment. It cannot substitute a visit to the doctor.

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