Lidl, Aldi and more recall foods due to salmonella and health fears
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A food recall is issued when there is a health and safety problem with a product. This usually means it is unsafe to eat, or will cause damage to certain individuals if consumed. When this happens, a supermarket or company advises customers on what to do if they have already bought the product.
Lidl is recalling its Deluxe Strolghino Salami, which is 250g in size and has the best before dates of April 13, 2023, and May 8, 2023.
The product is being recalled due to the potential presence of Salmonella. Salmonella can trigger severe gastrointestinal symptoms.
The supermarket told customers: “If you have bought the above mentioned product we advise you not to eat it. Instead, return it to a Lidl GB store for a full refund, with or without a receipt. Other Use By Dates and Deluxe products are not affected by this recall.
“Lidl GB wishes to apologise for any inconvenience caused. Any customers with queries or concerns can contact Customer Services on 0800 977 7766 or [email protected].”
Waitrose is recalling Waitrose Tomato and Mozzarella Arancini because it contains wheat (gluten) which is not mentioned on the label. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with coeliac disease, and/or an allergy or intolerance to wheat or gluten.
The arancini come in a pack 300g in size and have a best-before date of March 23, 2023. Waitrose warned customers of the recall and advised them on what to do next.
The supermarket said in a statement: “Do not consume if you have an allergy to gluten (wheat). Package up item. Return the product to your local Waitrose and Partners branch for a refund.”
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Aldi is recalling its Plant Menu Tofu, but only from a limited number of stores in the Midlands. This is because of an isolated temperature control issue.
The supermarket said: “Customers who purchased this product from affected stores are asked to return it, where a full refund will be given.”
The product, Organic Super Firm Tofu, comes in a pack 200g in size and has best before dates of April 13 and 14, 2023.
Aldi also has an ongoing food recall for various Harvest Morn High Protein Bars because they contain milk and/or peanuts and/or soya which may not be emphasised in bold type on the label.
The food retailer advised: “Anyone who has bought this product and suffers from an allergy or intolerance to the ingredients listed, should return it to any Aldi store for a full refund. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.”
Tesco still has an active recall for Creamfields grated cheddar, which comes in a pack 500g in size.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) said “this is because it may contain small pieces of clear, soft plastic which could make the product unsafe to eat”. The product has a best before date is March 23.
Customers who have purchased this product should not eat it, and return it to store for a full refund. No receipt is required.
Asda is recalling Tiger Tiger Taste Japan Mirin, which is 150ml in size. All date codes are affected, and the barcode is 502444 8552476.
The product is being withdrawn from shelves because it contains soy, which is not mentioned on the label.
The supermarket offered advice to customers, saying: “If you have purchased Tiger Tiger Taste Japan Mirin 150ml – Barcode 5024448552476, please bring it back to your nearest store where you will be given a full refund. You do not need your receipt.”
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