“Unsafe” foods such as snacks, fish, ice cream and pasta sauce are being picked up in UK supermarkets. The Food Standards Agency has issued new recalls affecting Co-op, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Iceland and other online retailers such as Ocado and Amazon. If you have purchased the following items, please return them immediately and do not consume them. The FSA will issue a recall notice if the product is not considered safe to eat. The latest products are products that contain unlabeled milk or soybeans, undercooked shrimp, or packaging errors that don’t include peanuts on the lid. You can exchange the item in question for a full refund and no receipt is required. This is the latest product to be picked up from a UK shop. snack
The Co-op Co-op Chilli & Lime Protein Crunch website lists milk that is not on the label and is listed. This means that this product represents a potential health risk for people who are allergic or intolerant to milk or its ingredients.
Sainsbury’s, called royal shrimp, is cooked, peeled and frozen because the shrimp may be undercooked. You may not be able to eat this product safely due to the presence of undercooked shrimp. Sainsbury’s cooked and peeled large prawns
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Ben & Jerry’s is still remembering a batch of Ben & Jerry’s Peanut Butter Mufolia ice cream sold by Sainsbury’s. Due to a packaging error, the lid of Ben & Jerry’s Salted Caramel Brownie Ice Cream was incorrect and did not contain peanuts. Pasta sauce
Mars Food UK continues to recall Dormio’s Carbonara Pasta Sauce and Dormio’s Carbonara Sauce Sauce because it contains unlabeled soybeans.