Alerts have been issued by the Food Standards Agency for a range of items, including possible bits of metal in Sainsbury’s Caramelized Onion Shroomdogs.
Tesco also recalled dark chocolate Brazil nuts because they contain sulfur dioxide without mentioning it on the label.
Elsewhere, Yekta Food recalls Achachi Jelly Cups jelly candies for fear of a risk of suffocation.
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Customers who purchased any of the affected items can return them to the store, with or without a receipt, for a full refund.
See the list of affected products below.
Plant Pioneers 6 Shroomdogs with Caramelized Onion
Sainsbury’s is recalling Plant Pioneers 6 Shroomdogs Caramelized Onion from the marketplace because certain packages of the affected date codes contain pieces of metal.
The Food Standards Agency said, “The presence of metal makes this product unfit for consumption. ”
Package Size: 300g
Best before date: 06 January 2021 and 07 January 2021
The FSA added: “Sainsbury’s is recalling the above product. Point of sale notices will be displayed in all retail stores that sell this product.
“If you bought the above product, don’t eat it. Instead, return it to the nearest store for a full refund.
“If you protect or cannot return the product to store, please visit Sainsburys.co.uk/help or contact customer service on 0800 636262. ”
Buchanan Distribution Ltd is recalling Brownie Nudie Snacks Salted Caramel Protein Balls from the marketplace because they contain milk which is not listed on the label.
This means that the product presents a potential risk to the health of anyone allergic or intolerant to milk or its constituents.
The products are sold by various retailers including Asda, Aldi, and Primark.
Package Size: 42 g
Lot code: SCL02
Best before date: January 2021
The FSA said, “If you have purchased the above product and have an allergy or intolerance to milk, do not eat it. Instead, return it to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.
Tesco Finest Festive Belgian Dark Chocolate Brazil Nut
Tesco has recalled a batch of Festive Belgian Dark Chocolate Brazil Nuts from Tesco Finest.
Product was not properly packaged with Tesco Finest Festive Selection of Fruits and Nuts which contains sulfur dioxide not listed on the label.
This means that the product poses a potential risk to the health of anyone sensitive to sulfur dioxide and / or sulphites. Correctly packaged Tesco Finest Festive Fruit and Nut Selection is not affected by this recall.
Package Size: 225 g
Lot code: L0075004
Best before date: End: May 2021
Allergens: Sulfur dioxide and / or sulphites
The FSA said: “If you have purchased the above product improperly packaged and are sensitive to sulfur dioxide and / or sulfites, do not eat it.
“Instead, return it to the store it was purchased from or, if desired, contact Tesco Customer Support on 0800 505 555 for a full refund without returning the product to the store. ”
Achachi Jelly Cups
Yekta Foods is recalling Achachi Jelly Cups jelly candies for fear of a risk of suffocation.
This is because the products contain carrageenan which is not permitted as an ingredient in jelly confectionery products as it poses a choking hazard. The company warned that consumers may have purchased the jelly cups individually, which means the items will not include a lot code or an expiration date.
Package Size: 240 x 12g (box) and 12g single jelly cup
Lot code: all
Best before date: All date codes
The FSA said: “The product contains carrageenan which may present a choking hazard due to the consistency, solubility, shape and size and how the food is consumed. The product can be thrown from the cup or capsule in one piece by exerting pressure at the tip and can therefore cause a choking hazard. ”
Sablé Costa Coffee Jammy Rudolph
Costa Coffee also recently recalled Jammy Rudolph Shortcake because it contains eggs which are not mentioned on the label. This means that the product poses a potential risk to the health of anyone with an allergy or intolerance to eggs.
Package Size: 62 g
Lot code: All lots
Best before: January 07, 2021
A spokesperson for the Food Standards Agency said: “Costa Coffee is recalling the above product from its customers and has contacted the relevant allergy support organizations, who will notify their members of the recall.
“The company also issued a point of sale notice to its customers.
“If you have purchased the above product and have an egg allergy or intolerance, do not eat it. Instead, return it to the store where it was purchased for a full refund. ”