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Sainsbury’s recalls batches of mango chutney

Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s food item is being recalled because of the presence of an undeclared ingredient. Sainsbury’s has issued a product recall following potential health danger to shoppers.  The item review affects containers of mango chutney which was incorrectly packaged and might contain Lime pickle. This item is feared to be a potential health risk to clients who are hypersensitive to mustard seeds.

The general store chain said in an announcement that the recalling product, named as Sainsbury’s Mango Chutney 370g, has a ‘best before’ end date of October 2017. The company said that just a small amount of the jars were only affected as they were wrongly packaged and might contain lime pickle.

This implies the item may contain mustard seeds which are not specified on the label – a conceivable health hazard for anybody with a hypersensitivity to mustard.  Clients are advised not to eat the item. Rather, influenced containers ought to be brought back to the Sainsbury’s store from which the item was purchased where shoppers would get a full discount.

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