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Asda recalls Pasta Bolognese

Supermarket chain Asda has issued a recall notice of Little Dish Pasta Bolognese sold in its stores due to mislabeling. Shoppers who bought Little Dish Pasta Bolognese and has allergy to milk or milk constituents are advised not eat the meal. The recall applies to packs weighing 300g and with a Use By Date of either 19 or 20 February. These packs do not state ‘milk’ among the ingredients of the meal.

Asda’s allergen notice said: “It has come to our attention that Little Dish Pasta Bolognese 300gm as detailed above contains milk, which is not declared in the ingredients. “If you have purchased Little Dish Pasta Bolognese 300gm, please bring it back to your nearest store where you will be given a full refund. “You do not need your receipt. We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused.”

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