Foods from Lidl, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and others have been recalled due to salmonella and health concerns – see the complete list.
Several food products have been recalled by major UK shops in recent days and weeks. This could be due to a variety of factors, including salmonella, undeclared substances, or defective packing.
When a product is deemed hazardous for use by customers, a recall is issued. Someone with allergies, for example, may be harmed if an item has an ingredient not listed on the label. The following is a complete list of the most recent supermarket food recalls.
A potato snack dish from a German discounter is being recalled because it contains milk that isn’t indicated on the label.
Those who are allergic or intolerant to milk or milk ingredients should avoid my Street Food Patatas Bravas with Aioli Dip.
All of the product’s best before dates are affected, and it comes in a 560g pack.
Those who have purchased the product but have a milk allergy or intolerance are advised by Lidl to “not eat it.”
Customers can return the item to the store for a full refund without needing a receipt.
Lidl is also recalling a non-food item that falls under the homeware category.
Because of the risk of scalding, its Parkside Steam Wallpaper Stripper PDTA 5 A1 with the International Article Number (IAN) 332976 1907 is not recommended for use.
During use, the lid of the green boiler container may come off unexpectedly.
“If you have purchased the above-mentioned product, we advise you not to use it,” Lidl warned. Instead, take it back to a Lidl GB store for a complete refund, receipt or no receipt.”
Sainsbury’s is currently dealing with four recalls.
It is recalling Quorn’s Vegetarian Turkey & Stuffing Slices, which come in 170g packs, due to the presence of wheat, which is falsely labeled as gluten free on the packaging.
Sainsbury’s On the Go Spicy Chicken Pasta, which has a use-by date of August 30, 2021, is also being recalled.
This item contains milk that is not listed on the label, posing a health risk to anyone with a milk allergy or intolerance.
Sainsbury’s and other major shops are also recalling Mr Porky Scratchings and Mr Porky Crispy Strips owing to the possibility of salmonella contamination.
Diarrhoea, vomiting, and fever are all indications of Salmonella infection.
Hypoallergenic Recipe full dry cat food is also being recalled by Sainsbury’s. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”