The Food Standards Agency has warned that if you bought Udi’s gluten – free bread products from these supermarkets, not to eat them.

Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s recalled Udi’s bread products due to allergy problems

udiDifferent Udi’s items have been recalled because of allergy problems as they might contain sesame seeds which are not said on the label. This gluten- free brand is available to purchase in Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s.

The things that are affected are the Multi Seeded Bagels (320g), the Multi Seeded Bread (450g) and Multi Seeded Rolls (300g), all of which have a Best Before date of February 22 2016 or earlier.

The items have sunflower seeds in them which might have been contaminate with sesame seeds, thus could be a possible health risk to anyone with an allergy to sesame.

The Food Standards Agency has prompted that in the event that you’ve purchased the affected gluten-free items, not to eat them but to return them to the store from where you purchased them for a full discount.

Stone Brands UK Ltd, the company behind Udi’s, will contact the relevant allergy support companies, which will tell their members about their recall.