Food allergies and improper packaging are among the many causes. Product recalls.
We have recalled the latest product.
If you have purchased any of the items listed below, you need to be aware of these potential health risks.
Aldi Crustwood 2 puff pastry is reminiscent of cheese and onion slices because they contain gluten and mustard which are not mentioned on the label.
Some items may be packed with the wrong product due to a packaging error, which poses a potential health risk to consumers.
Crustwood 2 puff pastry cheese and onion slices.
- Pack size: 300 grams
- Use: 16 August 2021.
- Allergens: gluten (barley), mustard.
Ladle My Street Food is reminiscent of potato bras with aloe dip because it contains milk that is not mentioned on the label.
Improperly labeled products pose a potential health risk with allergies or intolerance to milk or milk ingredients.
My Street Food Potato Braws with Ivory Dip.
- Pack size: 560 grams
- First: All dates
- Allergen: milk.
Sainsbury’s is missing the spicy chicken pasta because it contains milk that is not mentioned on the label.
Therefore, this product is a potential health risk for consumers and is allergic to milk or milk ingredients.
Incorrect labeling means that some packs may contain cheese and tomato pasta instead of spicy chicken pasta as described on the label.
Sansbury On Go Spicy Chicken Pasta.
- Pack size: 275 grams
- Use until August 30, 2021.
- Allergen: milk.
Corn Foods, known for its vegetarian products, is sold in all major UK supermarkets.
The company is recalling corn vegetarian turkey and stuffing slices because it contains wheat (gluten).
The product has a gluten-free logo, which poses a potential health risk to anyone with a wheat or gluten allergy or intolerance.
Cuorn vegetarian turkey and filling pieces:
- Pack size: 170 grams
- Use: All date codes.
- Allergen: gluten (wheat)