Food recalls issued by Asda, Sainsbury’s and Lidl over ‘serious health risks’
Recent food recall alerts by the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) include a range of products sold in Sainsbury’s, Lidl, and Asda.
The supermarkets have withdrawn selected food items from their shelves and urged customers not to eat them if already purchased them.
It comes following concerns that the items pose a “serious health risk” to consumers, ranging from the presence of harmful bacteria, or an allergen that has not been declared on the label.
The FSA regularly issues urgent alerts to supermarkets and customers who sell or purchase affected items.
Here’s the full list of products recently recalled by UK supermarkets.
Asda has recalled batches of OMV! Mac ‘N’ No Cheese after it was discovered that the product may contain milk, which is not listed on the label. The used by date of affected items had past but shoppers should check in case they have kept any in the freezer.
According to the Food Standards Agency, the ready-meal is “a possible health risk” for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents.
OMV! Mac ‘N’ No Cheese
- Pack size: 400g
- Date of recall: May 26, 2023
- Best before dates: June 1, June 2, and June 3, 2023
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The FSA urged customers who have bought the above product and have an allergy or intolerance to milk not to eat it. Instead, consumers should return it to the store from where it was purchased for a full refund.
For more information, people can contact Asda Customer Relations on 0800 952 0101.
Budget retailer Lidl has recalled its Fin Carré Milk Chocolate with Hazelnuts over fears it may contain plastic. The FSA branded the item “unsafe to eat” due to the possible presence of plastic.
Fin Carré Milk Chocolate with Hazelnuts
- Pack size: 100g
- Lot number: L3083A112
- Best before date: December 19, 2023
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Sainsbury’s has recalled its own brand Mexican-Style Chilli Cheddar because of the possible presence of “harmful bacteria” – Salmonella.
- Pack size: 200g
- Best before dates: June 12, June 22 and June 30, 2023
An alert by the FSA explained that the product was recalled due to the “possible presence of salmonella”, which can trigger symptoms including fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps.
Customers should avoid eating the cheese and instead, return the product to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.
Other food recalls include items sold by Grape Tree, Booker Group Limited, and Buttermilk – all of which have been withdrawn frm shelves over allergy fears.
Buttermilk is recalling Buttermilk Speculoos Flavoured Fudge with Biscuit Chunks because it contains wheat (gluten) which is not mentioned on the label. The FSA warned that fudge is a possible health risk for anyone with coeliac disease, allergies, or intolerances to wheat or gluten.
- Pack size: 175g
- Batch code: 79904, 80515, 81058
- Best before dates: February 19, March 21, and April 20, 2024
Grape Tree popcorn
Grape Tree is recalling Grape Tree Toffee Popcorn because it contains undeclared milk. The product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents, according to the FSA.
- Pack size: 200g
- Batch code: All batches
- Best before dates: All best before dates up to and including the end of December 2023
- Pack size: 125g
- Best before: June 24, 2023
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