Food products from Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, and others have been recalled due to health concerns.
SUPERMARKETS have issued urgent health warnings about some food items, telling customers that they are harmful to consume. Due to health and safety concerns, Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, and others have had to recall merchandise.
When there is a problem with a food product, stores, brands, and companies recall it. As a result, it is harmful to consume because it may hurt some persons. The following is a complete list of products that have been recalled by supermarkets.
A few food items are being recalled by the retailer because they include additives that aren’t listed on the label.
Cottage Pie baby food from Tesco is being recalled due to the possibility of blue plastic fragments.
The concerned batches have a use-by date of June 12, 2022.
The retailer has also issued a recall for the Eat Real white cheddar quinoa puffs.
Up until May 2022, all best before dates are affected.
Tesco Free From Toffee and Vanilla Cones are extremely dangerous to ingest because they contain milk, which isn’t stated on the package.
The affected batches have a use-by date of July 2022.
Tesco is requesting that customers return all items to their local shop for a full refund.
The Frozen Vegan and Mushroom Leek Pie from Asda is being recalled because it contains milk that isn’t specified on the package.
All best before dates have been impacted.
Twister Peek-a-Blue ice lollies are yet another product recalled by the store, this time affecting all batches.
Customers should return the items to an Asda shop for a full refund.
A few food items from the store are being recalled because they may be harmful to some people.
Morrisons Onion Bhaji and Mango Chutney is being recalled due to the presence of wheat that is not listed on the label.
Only the best before date of July 6, 2021 is affected.
Eat Real Quinoa Puffs is another product recalled by the retailer.
These are also available at Tesco and contain milk that isn’t specified on the label.
Nutella B-ready biscuits are also being recalled due to the fact that the ingredients are listed in Polish, putting persons with allergies at danger of eating something harmful.
Every date is affected.
Customers are asked to return the items to their nearest Morrisons shop, and no receipt is required.
Product recalls are frequently announced on the Food Standards Agency’s website.
It issued a new recall yesterday, claiming that a product marketed in Spar is harmful. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”