Liddell, Aldi and Iceland urgently recall products for fear of chicken and milk

Liddell, Aldi and Iceland urgently recall products for fear of chicken and milk

Several of the country’s largest supermarkets have issued recovery of emergency products on important daily items due to safety concerns.

The warnings come from the Food Standards Agency and cover several large chains, so that the product contains milk and chicken included in the recovery notice.

It states that some products may contain Salmonella, a harmful bacterium.

When a product is recovered, for some reason, the Food Standards Agency shares detailed information about what you should do if you bought the item, as well as why the product is being pulled from the shelf.

It states that anyone with any of the following items must go to the nearest supermarket for a full refund or exchange.

Aldi reminded me of some chicken products for fear of Salmonella

Aldi

Aldi has issued an emergency product recovery after some of their chicken products may have been infected with Salmonella.

Rooster Southern Fried Poppies ‘Chicken and Rooster Broad Poppin’ Chicken are being recalled in budget supermarkets because the products may contain Salmonella.

If you buy any products, don’t consume them. Instead, return to the nearest Aldi store for their full refund.

Aldi said: “Customers are advised not to eat this product and return it to their nearest store, where full refund will be given.

“We would like to thank you for your cooperation and for any inconvenience.”

Infected products are:

Southern Fried Poppies’ Chicken for Chicken

Pack size: 210 g

Batch Code: L15320, L14720, L14820, L14920, L15020, L15120, L16020

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Best before date: 25 May 2022

Chicken Poro Popin Chicken read

Pack size: 210 g

Batch Code: L15320, L14720, L14820, L14920, L15020, L15120, L16020

Best before date: 25 May 2022

Sensbury

Sciencebury is remembering their long-lived milk

Sinsbury is recovering its semi-skimmed UHT milk due to possible microbiological contamination.

The supermarket said it had taken precautionary measures as accepting the product could be unsafe.

Packet size: 1 liter

Best before

  • December 28, 2020
  • December 29, 2020

Liddell

Liddell is reminiscent of packs of Kologran stevia sweetener tablets

Liddell Cologoran is reminiscent of packs of stevia sweetener tablets because the latest batch contains a product called ‘Aspartame, (E951)’ which is not labeled in the product.

The grocer said there are concerns that the item could create a potential health risk for people with phenylketonuria.

Packet size: Pack of 100

Batch code: L91424A, L91424B, L91424C (previously withdrawn batch) and L91424D

Best before : December 22, 2020

Collaboration

The co-op is reminiscent of 18 chocolate caramel shortcake bytes

The co-op is reminiscent of packets of 18 chocolate caramel shortcake bytes.

This is because some packs may contain barley – an ingredient not mentioned on the label.

Packet size: Pack of 18

Best before : October 16, 2020

Iceland

Chip Shop Curry Chicken Breast Toppers and Southern Fried Chicken Popstar

Earlier this month Iceland discovered two of their own brand of chicken products and found their Salmonella mark.

Customers have been asked to return her chip shop Curry Chicken Breast Toppers and Southern Fried Chicken Popstars to the store.

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Salmonella can take symptoms including fever, diarrhea and abdominal obstruction.

Damaged Curry Chicken Breast Toppers 400g packs were best before the dates of February 27, 2021, March 17, 2021 and April 8, 2021.

Damaged Southern Fried Chicken Popstars were best sold in 220 gram packs before April 4, 2021.

Chip Shop Curry Chicken Breast Top:

Packet size: 400 g

Best before

  • February 27, 2021
  • March 17, 2021
  • April 8, 2021

Southern Fried Chicken Popstar:

Packet size: 220 g

Best before: April 4, 2021

Waitrose

Waitrose is reminiscing about their Is to Cook pork and chorizo ​​burgers

The waitresses are reminiscent of their Easy to Cook pork and knife burgers because they contain eggs that are not mentioned on the label.

This means that the product with the egg allergy or intolerance is a potential health risk.

Product Description

Packet size: 280g

Best before: All date codes

The waitress is also reminiscent of her slow-cooked beef and ale pie because it contains hazelnuts and milk not mentioned on the label.

The product can pose a health risk to anyone with an allergy or allergy to nuts (hazelnuts) and / or allergens or milk or milk ingredients.

Product Description

Packet size: 400 g

Batch code: L0125

Best before: November 20

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