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Dangerous Ball - If you buy one, don't give it to the kid!

Dangerous Ball - If you buy one, don't give it to the kid!


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Extruded ball products have been withdrawn from NBIBI. The products are dangerous for children only. Fibers, pupillation may occur after ingestion. Get medical attention immediately if symptoms occur.


Tesco withdrew bullets from NЙBIH. Cause: The product had high levels of atropine scopolamine. This is fundamentally dangerous for children. If the child has eaten a large sphere of the bullet, the symptoms may occur immediately, with no long-term effect on the parents.

What is atropine and what is scopolamine?

Both belong to the group of tropane alkaloids, a poisonous compound. Currently, only foods for infants and young children have upper limits (1 μg / kg) for these foods. There is no risk to adults when consuming small amounts of the product.

How Do Your Symptoms of Poisoning Occur?

If the child has eaten any of the above two products, it may appear as a lump and further pupil development, which requires immediate medical attention. The spheres have no long-term health effects.

Exact details of withdrawn products:

- Tesco Organic Gluten-Free Extruded Organic Halibut, Peanut-Free, Controlled Organic Farming
Gyabrtu: I love Bio Ltd.,
Packaging: 75 g
Quality-Shelf-Date / Date Identified: 18/01/2017/L 16-0899- Tesco Organic Slightly Steamed, Gluten-Free Extruded Halibut from Controlled Organic Farming
Gyabrtu: I love Bio Ltd.,
Packaging: 150 g
Quality Shelf Life / ID: 09.11.2016. / L 16-0874