Tesco, Liddell and Iceland issued reminded of emergency supermarkets

The Food Standards Agency has updated its list of food warnings and allergy warnings, allowing products to be removed from shelves and recovered.

Here are the products you need to be aware of, from contaminated meat to baby cereals.

The full list, including retailer information and other helpful advice, can be found on the Food Standards Agency’s website.

The Food Standards Agency recommends that any one of these products be returned to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.

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Chocolate coated coffee bean products recover due to lack of allergies

According to the Food Standards Agency, various roasted coffee beans in Dark Chocolate have been recalled because they contain nuts that were not mentioned on the label.

The products pose a potential health risk to anyone with a nut allergy.

The Food Standards Agency recommends that those who buy any of the products listed below should not consume them if they are allergic to nuts and, instead, return them to stores that were purchased for a full store refund.

For a complete list of affected products and retailers, click here.

Tisco recalls 16 spicy chorizo ​​slices because of contamination with listeria monocytogenes

Tesco is recalling its 80g pack with 16 spicy chorizo ​​slices (best before December 19, 2020) because the product contains Listeria monocytes.

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Symptoms of Listeria infection can be flu-like and include a high temperature, muscle aches or pains, chills, feeling or being sick, and diarrhea.

“Some people are at higher risk of Listeria infection, including people over the age of 5, pregnant women and their unborn children, babies less than one month old and people with weakened immune systems,” the Food Standards Agency said.

It advises not to eat the product, instead, returns it to the store for a full refund.

For more information about this product, click here.

Diageo recalls the Guinness Draft 0.0% due to the possible presence of the Great Britain mold

As a precautionary measure, Diageo Great Britain is withdrawing their non-alcoholic Guinness draft 0.0% due to the possible presence of mold.

The pack size is 440 ml cans 6x4pk with best before 9th August, 17th August or 24th August, 2021.

The Food Standards Agency states that “molds do not usually cause food poisoning, but the FSA will advise against taking visually molded foods because the presence of molds can make food unsafe.”

“Point-of-sale notices will appear in all retail stores selling this product.

“These notifications explain to customers why products are being called back and what they should do if they have purchased the product.”

Learn more, here.

Nutricia aptamil is reminiscent of multigrain banana and berry cereal because it may contain small pieces of plastic.

Nutricia pt + has been reminiscent of aptamil multigrain banana and berry cereal for months because the potential presence of plastic makes it unsafe to eat

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This applies to July 7, 2021 with the best date of July 2021 with a pack size of 200g.

The Food Standards Agency advises: “If you have purchased the above product, do not feed it to your baby.

“Instead, for a full refund, return it to the store from where it was purchased, with or without a receipt.”

Click here for more details.

Liddell reminds ‘What’s cooking? Meatballs are lighter for you because of the unannounced milk

What does Liddell remember cooking? Light for you for pasta and meatballs with couch due to a packaging error.

Some packets may contain chicken and mushroom pasta that are not mentioned on the milk label – there are potential health risks for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk ingredients.

The pack comes with 550g with the best date of January 5th.

Find out more here.

Iceland is reminiscent of Tomix Bares Glaces (Tomix Ice Cream Bars) because allergens are not listed in English.

Iceland remembers these ticks ice cream bars because they contain milk, wheat (glue) and soy that are not labeled in English on the packaging.

They may also contain nuts and hazelnuts / peanuts, which means they have a potential risk of allergies or intolerances to any of the ingredients.

The pack of 18 is on June 30, 2021 before the best.

Full details can be found here.

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