A biscuit recall, drug shortages and more: In this article we summarize the consumer topics of the week for you.

It doesn’t matter whether it’s Aldi, Lidl, Penny or Müller: the supermarkets, discounters and drugstores are constant companions for most Germans – be it for the big weekend shopping or for a quick snack during the lunch break. Product recalls or production stops are therefore very relevant for many. The same also applies to changes for drivers or for mega corporations such as Amazon or German banks.

In this article, our colleagues from CHIP inform you about the most important innovations, changes and all other events that affect German consumers.

Consumers must note another recall: TeDi informs that its popular unicorn biscuits may contain a substance that is hazardous to health. Here you can find out which products you should better keep your hands off.

Medicines are becoming increasingly scarce in Germany. According to current figures, around 250 funds are currently unavailable – and the trend is rising. What consumers should know now:

The manufacturer General Mills informs about the recall of a Häagen-Dazs product. Potentially carcinogenic substances were discovered in the ice cream, which is why the goods concerned have now been withdrawn from sale. More on the subject:

In 2023, more than 15 million German drivers will switch to a new regional class for liability insurance. While many get away cheaper as a result, it becomes more expensive for two-thirds of vehicle owners.

PepsiCo recently announced price increases for German retailers. Aldi Nord is now apparently reacting to this and banning the manufacturer’s products from the range. The most important:

If you park your car at night, you have to observe a law that is not too well known. The parking lights must be switched on in parking spaces that are not lit at all or only poorly. Otherwise you not only risk accidents, but also high costs.

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