Next, Tesco, Asda, and others are issuing urgent recalls of homeware and food goods, with the message “stop using this product.”
In recent days and weeks, major UK supermarkets and merchants have recalled both food and homeware products. These items should not be used because they may harm some people.
Due to health and safety concerns, supermarkets, retailers, and businesses are recalling items. When an item is recalled, customers are typically asked to return it to the store for a full refund.
Products that are harmful to use have been promptly recalled by British shops ranging from Next to Sainsbury’s in recent days and weeks.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) and the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI), in addition to the corporations, have published details of recalled items on their websites.
Customers who have already purchased a potentially hazardous item should return it to their nearest retailer for a full refund, with no need for a receipt.
Which stores are currently issuing product recalls?
The Oakley Mirror is being recalled by Next because it is dangerous to use. It comes with a wooden board and three hooks.
Next has indicated on its website that there is a probable construction issue with the mirror, which could endanger users.
“Next recalls Oakley Mirror due to a potential issue with the mirror’s construction, which could result in it falling,” the retailer said.
Customers are being advised to return the merchandise to their nearest retailer as soon as possible.
Tesco is recalling a number of products, including earphones, books, and food.
The company released a statement stating that a pair of wireless earphones sold in its stores are dangerous to use.
“KitSound Funk25 wireless earbuds are being recalled by Kondor Limited,” it read.
“This is because if the charging case is linked to a power source that is more than five volts, it runs the risk of overheating.”
Customers should “immediately stop using this product,” according to the retailer.
Tesco is also recalling the ‘Duggee and the Dinosaurs’ Ladybird Book.
The foil on the book cover can peel off due to a manufacturing flaw in some copies, posing a hazard to small children.
In terms of food, Tesco is recalling Cottage Pie baby food due to the possibility of blue plastic fragments.
The product has a best before date of June 12, 2022, and customers who have purchased it have been asked to return it to the store.
The “Brinkwire Summary News” is also being recalled by Asda.