Waitrose recalls king prawns after ‘error’ makes them ‘unsafe to eat’

Supermarket Waitrose recalled its Extra Large King Prawns (Ready to Eat) because of the presence of raw prawns.

The food giant explained that the product could contain “raw, uncooked prawns” making it “unsafe to eat”.

The Food Standards Agency shared its advice with customers and warned: “If you have bought the above product do not eat it.”

Instead, shoppers should return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.

If customers have any queries or concerns they can contact Waitrose Customer Services on 0800188884, option four.

Product details

Waitrose Extra Large King Prawns (Ready to Eat)

  • Pack size: 220g
  • Use by: June 14, 2023

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Waitrose explained: “We are recalling a selected date of the product due to an error with labelling, meaning some raw prawns have been labelled as cooked.”

The supermarket warned: “Do not consume, package up item and return the product to your local Waitrose & Partners brand for a refund.”

Waitrose recently issued a warning over its Lentil bites and Chips, including the Eat Real Lentil Chips Multipack 5 Variety Pack and the Eat Real Lentil Chips Chill & Lemon, after it was discovered that they may contain undeclared gluten.

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Product details

Eat Real Lentil Chips, Multipack 5 Variety Pack

  • Pack size: 5x22g
  • Batch codes: 3146 and 3153
  • Best before: May 20 and May 27, 2024

Eat Real Lentil Chips, Chill & Lemon

  • Pack size: 22g
  • Batch code: 3142
  • Best before: May 16, 2024

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