Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and other retailers are recalling popular foods due to health concerns – see the full list.
In recent days and weeks, major supermarkets have recalled a variety of foods.
Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Iceland, and others are among them.
When a product is unsafe to eat, a supermarket, brand, or company issues a food recall.
If a product causes harm to a specific person, it is removed from the market.
The full list of current food recalls from major UK supermarkets is listed below.
Opies Pickled Walnuts are being recalled by Bennett Opie Ltd because they may contain mustard and sulphites that aren’t listed on the label.
Pickled cornichons and onions with mustard and sulphites may be present in some jars due to a packaging error.
This means that anyone who has a mustard allergy or is sensitive to sulphur dioxides or sulphites may be at risk from the product.
Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and Asda all carry this product.
Customers have been advised on what to do if they have purchased the product by supermarkets.
“If you have a mustard allergy or a sensitivity to sulphur dioxidessulphites, please do not eat the affected walnuts,” Tesco advised.
“Instead, take it back to a Tesco store and get a full refund.”
There is no need for a receipt.”
St. Mary’s is also being recalled by the supermarket behemoth.
Goat Butter from Helen’s Farm.
The manufacturer of the product, St.
Helen’s Farm has stated that the product could contain small metal fragments.
This product is unfit to eat because of the possibility of metal contamination.
Sainsbury’s, like Waitrose, is remembering St.
Helen’s Farm Goats Butter is a butter made from the milk of goats on Helen’s farm.
“We are requesting that customers who have purchased this product do not consume it and return it to their nearest Sainsbury’s store where they will receive a full refund,” the supermarket said.
“If you have any questions or concerns, please contact St Helen’s Farm at 01430 861715 or [email protected], or go to the Homepage.”
“This problem has not affected any other St Helen’s Farm products.”
Three pasta salads from Bryans Salads are being recalled: Chicken and Bacon Pasta Salad, Prawn Pasta Salad, and Cheese Pasta Salad.
They’re being recalled because the ‘use by’ date was incorrectly labeled as February 7, 2022 rather than January 7, 2022.
As a result, they may be unsafe to eat after the ‘use by’ date because of the risk of bacterial growth, which could lead to illness if consumed.
Only Iceland sells these salads.
It’s the supermarket.
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