The supplier says that pan Albert Heijn are dangerous
Villeroy & Boch Group, the supplier of the pans that people could buy through a savings campaign for Albert Heijn, has responded to the controversy that Wednesday is arise. A panneneigenares let us know that her birds had died after the pan had been used.
The woman suspected that her birds died because of the anti-stick coating of the pan, which according to her is made of Teflon.
“Since yesterday, there is a lot of attention for our pans with Teflon™-anti-stick coating, which can be sold to consumers during the savings campaign of Albert Heijn”, says the manufacturer in a statement.
“All the pots from this saving campaign are prior to production is thoroughly tested and comply fully with the applicable laws and regulations.”
“Three of the nine pans (frying pan 28 cm, frying pan 24 cm, and the wokpan) are provided with a Teflon™coating, which in normal use does not present a hazard to the health of humans and animals. The pans from the savings campaign of Albert Heijn are of the expected quality and safe composition.”
Albert Heijn left Wednesday to know that, in normal use, indeed, no harmful substances would need to be released. The retailer has contact with the complainants and with the suppliers to investigate what happened.