‘Do not eat, could cause illness!’ Iceland issues an emergency food recall for a popular product.


‘Do not eat, could cause illness!’ Iceland issues an urgent food recall for a popular product.

A RECENTLY SOLD PRODUCT in Iceland has been recalled due to incorrect labeling.

Iceland is the most recent supermarket to issue a food recall.

The frozen food behemoth sells a variety of items, some of which are branded differently.

Bryans Salads is one of them, with three of their pasta salads being recalled due to incorrect labeling.

Chicken and Bacon Pasta Salad, Prawn Pasta Salad, and Cheese Pasta Salad are three of Bryans Salads’ pasta salads that are being recalled.

They are being recalled because the ‘use by’ date was incorrectly labeled as February 7th, 2022, rather than January 7th, 2022.

As a result, they may be unsafe to eat after the ‘use by’ date due to the risk of bacterial growth, which could lead to illness if eaten.

The Bryans Salads Chicken and Bacon Pasta Salad comes in a 300g pack.

The Prawn Pasta Salad by Bryans Salads comes in a 300g pack.

The Cheese Pasta Salad from Bryans Salads comes in a 300g pack.

Each of the three pasta salads is served chilled.

Not only are the products being recalled, but point-of-sale notices will be posted in all retail stores that sell them, including Iceland.

Customers will receive notices explaining why the products are being recalled as well as instructions on what to do if they have purchased them.

If you recently purchased the product(s), you are advised to “not eat them.”

Customers should check the item’s use by date to see if it is one of the affected dates, according to Bryans Salads and the Food Standards Agency (FSA).

On the top film, you’ll find the use-by date.

Instead, you’ll be instructed to “return the product(s) to store for a full refund (with or without receipt).”

Anyone interested in learning more should call Bryans Salads at 01772 812071 and select option three.

You can also email [email protected]

“If a food product has a problem that means it shouldn’t be sold,” the FSA says, “it may be ‘withdrawn’ (taken off the shelves) or’recalled’ (when customers are asked to return the product).”

“The Food Standards Agency (FSA) issues Product Withdrawal Information Notices and Product Recall Information Notices to inform consumers and local governments about food safety concerns.

“In some situations, a.

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