Lidl, Iceland, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose issue food recalls on sweeteners, milk and more

Lidl, Iceland, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose issue food recalls on sweeteners, milk and more

 

Lidl, Iceland, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose have issued recalls on a number of items due to safety concerns, with even sweeteners on a list of potentially contaminated products.

The Food Standards Agency this week issued warnings across several supermarkets, with even milk being recalled at one major grocer.

It said some of the products contain ingredients that are not mentioned on the label, while others could contain harmful bacteria such as salmonella.

When a product is recalled, for any reason, the Food Standards Agency shares details on what you should do if you have bought the item, as well as detailed information on why the product is being pulled from shelves.

It said anyone with any of the below items should visit their nearest supermarket for a full refund or exchange.

Lidl is recalling packs of Cologran Stevia sweetener tablets because the latest batch contains a product called ‘aspartame, (E951)’ which is not labelled on the product.

The grocer said there are concerns that the item could pose a possible health risk to sufferers of phenylketonuria.

Pack size: pack of 18

Best before: December 22, 2020

The Co-op is recalling its packs of 18 Chocolate Caramel Shortcake Bites.

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

Pack size: pack of 18

Best before: October 16, 2020

Earlier this month, Iceland recalled two of its own brand chicken products after discovering they contained traces of salmonella.

Customers have been asked to return its Chip Shop Curry Chicken Breast Toppers and Southern Fried Chicken Popsters to stores.

Salmonella can result in symptoms including fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps if consumed.

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

The Southern Fried Chicken Popsters affected were sold in 220g packs with a best before date of April 4, 2021.

Chip Shop Curry Chicken Breast Toppers:

Pack size:  400g

Best before

Southern Fried Chicken Popsters:

Pack size:  220g

Best before: April 4, 2021

Waitrose is recalling its Chocolate Mini Cupcakes because of undeclared walnuts.

It said the product was mis-packed during production and instead contains its Coffee and Walnut Mini Cupcakes.

Pack size: pack of 9

Best before: October 6, 2020

Waitrose is also recalling its Slow Cooked Beef and Ale Pie because it contains hazelnuts and milk which are not mentioned on the label.

The product could pose a health risk for anyone with an allergy to nuts (hazelnuts) and/or an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents.

Product details

Pack size:  400g

Batch code:  L0125

Best before:  November 2021

Sainsbury’s is recalling its semi-skimmed UHT milk because of possible microbiological contamination.

The supermarket said it has taken the precautionary step as the product could be unsafe to consume.

Pack size: 1 litre

Best before

Mars Food UK is recalling Uncle Ben’s Brown Basmati ready-to-heat rice pouches as some packs may contain pieces of glass.

Pack size: 250g

Best before

Highland Bay Seafoods is recalling its Baked Whole King Scallops with a creamy leek and kale sauce topped with mash potato because it contains fish which is not mentioned on the label.

This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to fish.

Pack size: 200g (2 scallops in a pack)

Batch code: R006, R007, R008, and 20106

Best before:

Benyfit Natural Pet Food Ltd is recalling a number of its frozen raw dog food products because the products may contain salmonella.

These products have been sold by various independent pet food stores and online.

Product details:

For individual batch codes visit food.gov.uk/news-alerts.

JFC (UK) Ltd is recalling S&B Golden Curry Medium Hot Sauce Mix because it contains celery and mustard which are not mentioned on the label.

This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to celery and/or mustard.

Pack size: 1kg

Best before:

Primula Ltd is recalling all Primula Cheese tubes, (chilled and ambient) because the products might be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum due to a production fault.

A statement from the FSA said: “Manufacturing controls that could potentially affect the safety of the products listed above could not be demonstrated satisfactorily by the company.

“The issue relates to controlling factors to prevent the growth and toxin production of Clostridium botulinum.

“Botulinum toxin may cause a serious form of food poisoning called botulism and can be fatal.

“A recall from customers is being carried out as a precautionary measure.”

Products Include:

Pack size: 150g

Best before: From 25 December 2020 up to and including 28 January 2021

Pack size: 150g

Best before: From 25 December 2020 up to and including 28 January 2021

Pack size: 150g

Best before: From 25 December 2020 up to and including 28 January 2021

Pack size: 150g

Best before: From 25 December 2020 up to and including 28 January 2021

Pack size: 150g

Best before: From 25 December 2020 up to and including 28 January 2021

Pack size: 150g

Best before: From 25 December 2020 up to and including 28 January 2021

Pack size: 150g

Best before: From 25 December 2020 up to and including 28 January 2021

Pack size: 100g

Best before: From 30 October 2020 up to and including 10 December 2020

Pack size: 100g

Best before: From 30 October 2020 up to and including 10 December 2020

Pack size: 100g

Best before: From 30 October 2020 up to and including 10 December 2020

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