Amazon urgent food recall over illegal item: Check affected product here
Yesterday Top Star Marketing UK Ltd. recalled Shahzada Industries GoGo Fresh & Sweet Pan Masala. The Food Standards Agency revealed this is “because it contains the illegal dye Rhodamine B.”
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It said: “Rhodamine B is an illegal dye, which may pose a health risk.”
The warning affects the Shahzada Industries GoGo Fresh & Sweet Pan Masala, pack size 150g.
The product also contains a “flour from an unknown source and may pose a risk to anyone with allergies or intolerances.”
The FSA advised Britons: “If you have bought the above product do not eat it. Instead, contact Top Star Marketing UK Ltd. at [email protected] or on 07912 030 129 to arrange a refund.
“If customers are making an essential trip to the store from where it was bought, they can return the item in-store for a full refund.”
Gogo Pan Masala products can be bought from Amazon, eBay and PoojaSweets.com.
This is one of a number food recalls that have been issued across the UK in the past month.
A sweetcorn sold in Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Iceland have also been recalled.
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That is the Green Giant Original Sweetcorn from General Mills.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) website said: “General Mills recalls Green Giant Original Sweetcorn because some seams may be faulty due to a packaging fault, which could make this product unsafe to eat.
“If you have bought any of the above product do not eat it.”
The affected packs are 198 grams with the batch codes 293 1S1, 294 1S1 and 295 1S1.
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The items at risk have the best before date of July 2023.
General Mills is recalling all of the products as a safety precaution.
The FSA said of its food alerts: “Sometimes there will be a problem with a food product that means it should not be sold.
“Then it might be ‘withdrawn’ (taken off the shelves) or ‘recalled’ (when customers are asked to return the product).
“Sometimes foods have to be withdrawn or recalled if there is a risk to consumers because the allergy labelling is missing or incorrect or if there is any other food allergy risk.
“When there is a food allergy risk, the FSA will issue an Allergy Alert.”
On other food news, the recipe for cheese scones has been revealed ahead of VE Day.
With VE Day (Friday, May 8) quickly approaching, online searches for the quintessential British treat have increased by 350 percent in the last week according to Google Trends.
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