Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Lidl and Asda urgently recall these products due to safety concerns – .

Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Lidl and Asda urgently recall these products due to safety concerns – .

Supermarkets across the UK have had to recall a number of products due to safety concerns.
There are concerns that some items may contain salmonella or undeclared allergens, which could prove fatal for people with bad allergies.

Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Lidl and Tesco are just a few of the stores that have all issued urgent recall notices for products such as pork scratches, ready meals, baked snacks and chocolate.

Read more: Aldi launches major product recall on cheese and onion slices

Customers who may have purchased the items are urged not to eat them, MyLondon reports.

Here are the products of each concerned supermarket.


Spicy Chicken Pasta Jars Recalled

Sainsbury’s On the Go Spicy Chicken Pasta 275g

This popular on-the-go treat for a quick lunch is being recalled due to possible traces of milk, an allergen not declared in the ingredient list.

A statement on the Sainbury’s website states: “It has been brought to our attention that certain packages of Sainsbury’s On the Go Spicy Chicken Pasta above 275g contain milk which is not declared on the packaging. “

Affected items have an expiration date of August 30, 2021.

Anyone who has purchased any of the affected pasta and has an allergy or intolerance to milk should not eat it and return it to the nearest Sainsbury’s for a refund.


My Street Food Patatas Bravas with aioli dip, 560g

My Street Food Patatas Bravas with aioli dip, 560g

Lidl is reminiscent of a popular easy-to-cook dish due to undeclared allergens.

The label does not mention the ingredient used – sweet whey powder.

As a milk product, it could be dangerous for allergy sufferers.

Lidl advises: “If you have purchased the product mentioned above and have an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk components, we do not recommend eating it.

“Instead, return it to a Lidl UK store for a full refund, with or without a receipt.

“No other My Street Food product in Lidl UK stores is affected by this recall. “

Mr Porky pork scratching

Mr Porky’s scratchings have been recalled

A range of Mr Porky products sold to Tesco, Sainbury’s, Morrisons, Aldi, Asda and Iceland are being recalled.

The items are being recalled by the manufacturer Tayto Group Ltd due to the possible presence of Salmonella.

Buyers are requested not to eat the items and return them to seller for refund.

Affected products have an expiration date of February 19, 2022 or earlier.

All products listed below with an expiration date of 2/19/22 or earlier.

  • Mr Porky Griffures Originales 65g
  • Mr Porky Crisp Lanières 35g
  • Mr Porky Prime Cut Scratchs 35g


Asda’s affected treats (Image: Asda)

Asda is among M&M recalling supermarkets with full list including Tesco, Morrisons,

It comes from maker Mars Wrigley about the presence of GMOs in the ingredients, which they say goes against their philosophy. Also according to British law, GMOs must be authorized as an ingredient.

Sachet Slim Crispy 246g de M&M’s
Barcode: 500015952053
Lot code: 125E2HAG03, 125E3HAG03, 125F1HAG03, 125F2HAG03, 125F3HAG03
Expiration date : 23/01/2022

Cris de M&Mpy 107g

Barcode: 500015952021
Lot code: 126C2HAG03, 125A1HAG03, 125A2HAG03, 125A3HAG03, 125B1HAG03, 125B2HAG03, 125B3HAG03, 125C1HAG03, 125C2HAG03, 125G3HAG03, 126A1HAG03, 126A2HAG03, 126A1,G3261HAG3261
Expiration date : 30/01/2022, 23/01/2022

Sac croustillant M&M’s 77g
Barcode: 5000159500920
Lot code: 125G2HAG03, 125D2HAG03, 125D3HAG03, 125E1HAG03, 125G1HAG03, 127F2HAG03, 127F3HAG03
Expiration date : 23/01/2022

M&M’s Croustillant Sgl 36G
Barcode: 5000159304245
Lot code: 125G3HAG03, 125G2HAG03
Expiration date : 23/01/2022

A statement on Asda’s website states: “Mars Wrigley is recalling some of their M & Ms Crispy products in UK. This is due to the presence of a genetically modified organism (GMO) in an ingredient produced by one of our suppliers.

“Because they put consumer preferences at the heart of everything they do, Mars Wrigley does not use GMOs in any of its products in Europe.

“In addition, no GMOs are permitted for this ingredient under UK law and therefore the products need to be recalled. “

Those who purchased the products are requested to contact Mars Wrigley or return them to the store for a full refund.

You will not need a receipt.

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