Morrisons, Tesco, SPAR and Asda issue urgent recalls due to fears of salmonella and allergies – .

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Morrisons, Tesco, SPAR and Asda issue urgent recalls due to fears of salmonella and allergies – .


Salmonella, listeria and allergenic ingredients in some food products have triggered supermarket shelves for safety concerns.
Each week, the Food Standards Agency issues updates to customers on potentially dangerous items that are no longer safe for consumption.

The latest list includes products sold by Morrison, Tesco, SPAR and other retailers including curry, cheese, pies, snacks, ice cream, corned beef, baby food and dog food. .

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The FSA has released details of the affected items, including their expiration dates and, in some cases, lot codes.

If you purchased any of the affected items, you can return it for a full refund and will not need a receipt.

So what are the latest recalled items? See the full list of affected products below.

Curry products



Avocado curry products

Avoca is recalling a number of Avoca curry products because they contain shellfish which are not mentioned on the label.

This means that the product is a possible health risk for anyone allergic to shellfish.

Product details are:

Thai green chicken curry with avocado

Package size: 580g 1600g

Used by: all expiration dates, until July 15, 2021 inclusive

Allergens: Crustaceans

Green sweet potato and snow pea curry with Thai avocado

Package size: 580g 1600g

Used by: all expiration dates, until July 15, 2021 inclusive

Allergens: Crustaceans

Thai red chicken curry with avocado

Package size: 590g 1600g

Used by: all expiration dates, until July 15, 2021 inclusive

Allergens: Crustaceans

Spicy Black Bean Laksa with Avocado, Kale and Squash

Package size: 590g 1600g

Used by: all expiration dates, until July 15, 2021 inclusive

Allergens: Crustaceans

The Food Standards Agency says the recall is limited to stores in Northern Ireland.

Dog food



Dog food Natural Instinct Ltd

Natural Instinct Ltd is recalling several dog foods containing duck from the marketplace because salmonella has been found in the products.

Product details are:

Working dog duck

Package size: 1kg and 2x500g

Used by: January 08, 2022 January 15, 2022 January 22, 2022 February 13, 2022 February 20, 2022 March 11, 2022 March 18, 2022

Pure Duck

Package size: 1kg and 2x500g

Used by: January 08, 2022 January 15, 2022 January 22, 2022 February 13, 2022 February 20, 2022 March 11, 2022 March 18, 2022

Working Dog Puppy

Package size: 1kg and 2x500g

Used by: January 15, 2022 January 22, 2022 February 13, 2022 February 20, 2022 March 11, 2022

Duck carcass

Package Size: Pack of 2

Used by: 08 January 2022 15 January 2022 20 February 2022

Duck Neck

Package Size: 6 Pack

Used by: January 15, 2022 January 22, 2022

The FSA said: “The presence of Salmonella in the products listed above. In humans, symptoms caused by salmonella usually include fever, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps. Infected animals do not necessarily show signs of illness, but symptoms can include diarrhea. ”

Bhaji snack pot



Morrisons Onion Bhaji and Mango Chutney Snack Jar

Morrisons continues to recall the Morrisons Onion Bhaji and Mango Chutney snack jar because it contains wheat (gluten) which is not listed on the label.

This means that the product poses a health risk to anyone allergic or intolerant to wheat or gluten.

Product details are:

Morrisons Onion Bhaji and Mango Chutney Snack Jar

Package size: 110g

Used by: 06 July 2021

Allergens: Gluten (wheat)

Cheddar Quinoa Puffs

Tesco recalls its Eat Real white cheddar quinoa puffs which have an expiration date until May 2022.

Without caramel and vanilla cones

Britain’s largest supermarket chain Tesco is also recalling Free From Toffee and Vanilla Cones, which are dangerous to eat because they contain milk, which is not mentioned on the packaging.

The affected lots have an expiration date of July 2022.

Baby food



Tesco Cottage Pie Baby Food
Tesco Cottage Pie Baby Food

Tesco continues to recall its own brand of Cottage Pie baby food because it may contain small pieces of blue plastic.

The FSA has stated that the possible presence of plastic makes this product unsafe to eat.

Product details are:

Tesco Cottage Pie Baby Food

Package size: 190g

Best before: June 12, 2022

Coconut jam delicacies



SPAR Taste local delicacies with coconut jam
SPAR Taste local delicacies with coconut jam

SPAR recalls SPAR Enjoy Local Coconut Jam Delights because they contain sulphites that are not mentioned on the label.

This means that the product poses a potential health risk to anyone sensitive to sulfur dioxide and / or sulphites.

Product details are:

SPAR Taste local delicacies with coconut jam

Package size: 184 g

Used by: July 23, 2021

Allergens: Sulfur dioxide and / or sulphites

The Food Standards Agency says the recall is limited to stores in Northern Ireland.

Frozen vegan leek and mushroom pies

Asda recalled its frozen vegan leek and mushroom pies because they contain milk, which is not mentioned on the label.

The recall affects all expiration dates.

Corned beef



Helen Browning Organic Corned Beef
Helen Browning Organic Corned Beef

Helen Browning’s recalls Helen Browning Organic Corned Beef because Listeria monocytogenes was found in the product.

Point of sale notices will be posted at all retail stores that sell this product.

Symptoms caused by this organism can be similar to those of the flu and include a high temperature, muscle pain, chills, feeling or nausea, and diarrhea. However, in rare cases, the infection can be more serious, leading to serious complications, such as meningitis.

Some people are more vulnerable to listeria infections, including people over 65, pregnant women and their unborn babies, babies under one month old, and people with weakened immune systems.

Product details are:

Helen Browning Organic Corned Beef

Package size: 150g

Used by: July 08, 2021 and July 18, 2021

Snacks bio



Eat real
Eat real

Eat Real is recalling Eat Real Puff, Mamia Organic Carrot Puffs and Mamia Organic Tomato Wheels products because they may contain milk which is not mentioned on the label.

This means that the product, which is sold by various retailers including Asda, Sainsbury’s and Ocado, poses a potential health risk to anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk components.

Product details are:

Eat real quinoa and white cheddar soufflés

Package size: 40g, 113g

Best before: all expiration dates until the end of May 2022 inclusive

Allergens: Milk

Eat real mediterranean quinoa soufflés

Package size: 40g, 113g

Best before: all expiration dates until the end of May 2022 inclusive

Allergens: Milk

Eat real quinoa, jalepeno and cheddar soufflés

Package size: 40g, 113g

Best before: all expiration dates until the end of May 2022 inclusive

Allergens: Milk

Eat real quinoa and kale with white cheddar

Package size: 40g, 113g

Best before: all expiration dates until the end of May 2022 inclusive

Allergens: Milk

Eat real quinoa and kale Jalepeno and cheddar

Package size: 40g, 113g

Best before: all expiration dates until the end of May 2022 inclusive

Allergens: Milk

Mamia organic carrot soufflés

Package size: 20g

Best before: all date codes

Allergens: Milk

Mamia organic tomato wheels

Package size: 20g

Best before: all date codes

Allergens: Milk

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