Reminders from Aldi, Sensbury and Liddell, including emergency baby food, beer and cheese

Almost immediately after the recent launch of the latest Guinness product, high-profile recalls, baby food and cheese have also found a place in a list of potentially dangerous products that are being recalled in supermarkets.

Earlier this week, the drink giant recalled thousands of cans of its alcohol-free beer for fear of contaminating the product.

Another big brand sued the popular baby food brand Aptamil, asking parents to return the cereal to some elite as it was found that some packs contained small pieces of plastic.

Guinness 0.0 recently returned to the UK.
Guinness 0.0 recently returned to the UK.

Supermarkets also had to issue recovery notices for their own branded products: Late last month, Aldi had to recover all batches of some of its’ poppin ‘chicken’ products after Salsonella was synthesized, while Sensbury recalls Salmonella’s concerns. Cooked oysters.

Often, products are being called back because of labeling problems that may put some customers at risk for allergies.

However, all products on this list have been recovered through a more general “food alert” warning.

When a product is recalled, the Food Standards Agency shares details of what you should have done with the item you bought, as well as why the product is being pulled off the shelf.

Here are the food warnings issued by the Food Standards Agency last month for products that are still available:

Guinness 0.0%

Diageo Great Britain has taken “precautionary measures” to withdraw the Guinness Draft 0.0%, (non-alcoholic), due to the possible presence of mold in products.

Guinness Draft 0.0%
Packet size 440 ml 6×4 PK cans
Best before 09 August 2021, 17 August 2021, 24 August 2021

The FSA says: “This product may contain mold. Old molds do not usually cause food poisoning, however, the FSA visually advises against taking molded foods because the presence of molds can make food unsafe.

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“If you purchased the product above, do not consume it. Instead, return to the store where it was purchased for a full refund. Al Alternatively, contact Diageo Customer Careline at 0345 601 4558 or Consumer [email protected].”

Aptamil Muligrain Banana and Berry Cereal

Nutricia pt + has been reminiscent of Optmill multigrain bananas and berry cereals for months because it may contain small pieces of blue plastic.

Aptamil multigrain banana and berry cereal 7+ months
Packet size 200 g
Best before 07 July 2021

The FSA says: “The presence of plastic makes this product unsafe to eat.

“If you purchased the product above, do not feed it to your baby. Instead, return to the store from where you bought it with or without a receipt for a full refund. Al Optional contact the Optimal Careline number at 0800 996 1000 or https: // www.aptaclub.co.uk/contact-aptaclub “

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Betinhoev goat cheese

Betinhoev has taken “precautionary measures” to recall betaine ripened goat cheese, betaine blank ripped goat cheese, betaine bio blank ripened goat cheese and Mediterranean goat cheese because the products may contain listeria monocytogenes.

The products have been sold in “various retailers” across the UK. Some products may be sold in smaller unit sizes than retail counters than those listed below.

Betaine ripe goat cheese
Product code 8712023011292
Packet size 200 g
Best before All dates from 26/10/2010 to 30/12/2020 and included
Betten Blank Ripped Goat Cheese
Product code 8712023020089
Packet size 450 g
Best before All dates from 26/10/2010 to 30/12/2020 and included
Betten Blank Ripped Goat Cheese
Product code 8712023011209 8712023001774 8712023020027 8712023000852 8712023000821 290020CWWWWC 2885220WWWWWC
Packet size 1 kilogram
Best before All dates from 26/10/2010 to 30/12/2020 and included
Betin BIO Blank Repeated Goat Cheese
Product code 8712023014156
Packet size 1 kilogram
Best before All dates up to 30/12/2020 and including 28/10/2020
Mediterani goat cheese logs
Product code 3300064967 3300065579 3300065773 3300065812 3300066426 3300066741 3300067067
Packet size 1 kilogram
Best before All dates up to 21/11/2020 and up to 17/10/2020
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The FSA states: “The products listed above may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

“Symptoms caused by this organism can be flu-like and include high temperature, muscle aches or pains, chills, feeling or getting sick, and diarrhea.

“Some people are at higher risk of Listeria infection, including ister5 years old, pregnant women and their unborn children, babies less than one month old and people with weakened immune systems.

“If you purchased the above product, do not eat it. Instead, return it to the store from where it was purchased for a full refund.”

Potter’s herbs extract with malt cod liver oil

Soho Florides UK Ltd is re-calling Potter’s Herbals Mult Extract with Code Liver Oil because it may contain mold. The product has been sold to “various retailers” across the UK.

Potter’s Herbs with Mult Extract Cod Liver Oil
Packet size 650 g
Batch code 3M01134, 3M01136, 3M01137
Best before 31 January 2023

The FSA says: “This product may contain mold, which makes it unsafe to take.

“If you purchased the product above, do not consume it. Instead, return it from where it was purchased for replacement or replacement.”

Cooked oysters from Sinsbury

The oysters cooked at Sansbury’s Sansbury are reminiscent of the iceberg as Salmonella found a few products in this batch.

By cooked oysters (frozen) in sinusbury
Packet size 300 g
Batch code 2653152
Best before 08 September 2021

The FSA says “The product listed above has product risks due to the presence of Salmonella.

“Symptoms caused by Salmonella usually include fever, diarrhea, and abdominal distension.”

It added: “If you bought the above products, don’t eat it. Instead, return it to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.”

Aldi Roasters Southern Fried Poppin ‘Chicken and Roasted Padpin’s Breaded Chicken’

Aldi is revisiting Roosters Southern Fried Poppins ‘Chicken and Rooster Broad Poppins’ chicken to include the best of all on its board and before the date, as the products may contain Salmonella.

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Southern Fried Poppies’ Chicken for Chicken
Packet size 210g
Batch code All
Best before All
Chicken Poro Popin Chicken read
Packet size 210g
Batch code All
Best before All

The FSA says: “The products listed above may be contaminated by Salmonella.

“Symptoms caused by Salmonella usually include fever, diarrhea, and abdominal distention.

“If you bought any of the above products, don’t consume them. Instead, return them to the nearest Aldi store for a full refund.”

Liddle Simply Mature White Cheddar

The Lidl GB is easily reminiscent of a mature white cheddar because it may contain pieces of plastic. The potential presence of plastic makes this product unsafe to eat.

Simply mature white cheddar
Packet size 900g
Best before 26202020

The FSA says: “This product may contain pieces of plastic that make the product unsafe to eat.

“If you purchased the product above, do not eat it. Instead, return it to the store from where it was purchased for a full refund.”

Liddle Cologran Sucrolos Sweetener Tablet

Lidl GB Colgran is recalling Sucrose Sweetener tablets (Sucrose variant) because Aspartame (E951) was not mentioned on the label. This means that this product is a potential health risk for people with phenylketonuria (PKU).

Colaran Sucrolos Sweet Tablets
Packet size 300 tablets
Batch code L 00083A, L00083B, L00149A
Best before Last dates: January 2023, February 2023

The FSA says: “This product contains aspartame (E951), (a phenylalanine source) which makes it a potential health risk for people with phenylketonuria (PQ).

“If you bought the product above and are suffering from phenylketonuria (Picu), don’t eat it. Instead, return it to the Lidl GB store for a full refund.”

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