Lidl issue urgent food recall warning over serious allergy fears – affected item here

Urgent recall warnings are something which should be taken seriously when they are issued. Those who have been shopping in the supermarket chain, Lidl, are being asked to check their fridge for the affected item. The warning has been issued for a quarter pounder product which has ingredients missing from the label. This poses a serious health risk to anyone with allergies and shoppers are being asked to return the product to the store.

The product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance.

Food Standards Agency

SPEEDFEAST Quarter Pounder with Cheese

The quarter pounder is being recalled due to a number of ingredients not listed on the pack.

The Food Standards Agency said: “The product contains egg, milk and sesame which are not mentioned in the ingredients list.

“This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to egg and/or milk or milk constituents and/or an allergy to sesame.”

The affected pack is 195g and has the best before day of 23 August 2019.

Those with an allergy or intolerance are being asked not to eat the product.

Instead, they can return it to the store where it was bought where they will be able to get a full refund.

The company has issued point-of-sale notices to its customers which explain why the product is being recalled and give them more information about what they should do.

No other Lidl GB products are known to be affected.

Recently, another supermarket issued an urgent recall as one product did not have an ingredient mentioned on the label.

Tesco recalled the itsu veg gyoza as this may contain prawns which were not mentioned on the label. 

This could cause a serious health risk to anyone who has an allergy to crustaceans and shoppers were asked to return the product to store and various batch codes were affected.

Tesco issued a food recall warning for another product which was found to have ingredients missing from the label. 

AB World Foods issued the warning after the Blue Dragon Street Food Satay Skewers contained mustard not mention on the packaging.

Aldi also issued a warning over their Specially Selected Key Lime Cheesecakes and Millionaires Cheesecakes.

Source: Read Full Article