Urgent supermarket recalls issued by Tesco, Lidl and Iceland

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The Food Standards Agency updated its list of food alerts and allergy warnings, which resulted in products being taken from shelves and recalled.From contaminated meat to baby cereals, here are the products you should be aware of.

The full list can be found on the Food Standards Agency website, along with retailer information and other helpful tips.

The Food Standards Agency advises anyone who has purchased any of these products to return it to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.

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Chocolate Coated Coffee Bean Products Recalled Due To Lack Of Allergy Information

Various roasted coffee beans coated with dark chocolate have been recalled because they contain nuts that are not mentioned on the label, according to the Food Standards Agency.

The products pose a potential health risk to anyone allergic to almonds.

The Food Standards Agency advises anyone who has purchased any of the products on the list below to refrain from consuming them if they have an allergy to almonds and return them to the store where they were purchased for a full refund. .

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

Tesco recalls its 16 slices of spicy chorizo ​​due to Listeria monocytogenes contamination

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

Symptoms of listeria infections can be similar to those of the flu and include a high temperature, muscle pain, chills, nausea or nausea, and diarrhea.

According to the Food Standards Agency, “Some people are more vulnerable to listeria infections, including those over 65, pregnant women and their unborn babies, babies under one month old, and people with immune systems. is weakened ”.

He advises not to eat the product, but rather return it to the store for a full refund.

For more information on this product, click here.

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

As a precaution, Diageo Great Britain is recalling its non-alcoholic 0.0% Guinness Draft due to the possible presence of mold.

Package size is 440ml 6x4pk box with best before Aug 9, Aug 17 or Aug 24, 2021.

The Food Standards Agency states that “Mold does not generally cause food poisoning, however, the FSA would advise against consuming visibly moldy foods because the presence of mold could make the food unsafe.”

“Point of sale notices will be displayed in all retail stores that sell this product.

“These notices tell customers why the products are being recalled and tell them what to do if they have purchased the product. ”

Learn more, here.

Nutricia recalls Aptamil Multigrain Banana and Berry cereal because it may contain small pieces of plastic

Nutricia is recalling Aptamil Banana Berry Multigrain Cereal 7 months and older from the potential presence of plastic rendering it unfit for consumption.

This applies to the 200g package size with an expiration date of July 7, 2021.

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

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

For more details, click here.

Lidl remembers “What’s cooking? Lighter for you Meatballs because of undeclared milk

Lidl recalls What’s Cooking? Lighter for you Meatballs with pasta and spinach due to packaging error.

Some packages may contain chicken and mushroom pasta that contains milk not listed on the label – posing a health risk to anyone who is allergic or intolerant to milk or its components.

The pack weighs 550g with an expiration date of January 5, 2022.

Find more information here.

Iceland recalls Twix Ice-Cream Bars because allergens are not listed in English

Iceland recalls these Twix ice cream bars because they contain milk, wheat (gluten) and soy which are not labeled in English on the packaging.

They may also contain almonds and hazelnuts / peanuts, which means they pose a potential risk to anyone with an allergy or intolerance to these ingredients.

The 18-pack has a Best Before date of June 30, 2021.

Full information can be found here.

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