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Thousands of Products recalled following mislabeling



Thousands of Products were recalled from various supermarkets following food poisoning alerts. The Food Standards Agency has issued recall notices following risk of food poisoning, mispackaging and potential allergy threats. Products sold in Sainsbury’s Asda, Co-op and Poundland were the included in the recall list.

Sainsbury’s mango chutney 370g with ‘best before’ end date of October 2017 was recalled because they were incorrectly packaged. RT Foods recalled a batch of National ‘Spice Mix for Delhi Nihari’ after it found an ingredient which was not mentioned on the label. Another product from Sainsbury’s- Just Cook Chicken Breasts with Piri Piri sauce 326g with a ‘use by’ date of January 24 2016 was recalled following mispackaging. The packs contain Chicken and Bacon Lattice which was not mentioned on the label. The Chef’s Kitchen Limited recalled Premium Quality Style Port and Premium Quality Style Madeira after the Food Standards Agency found out sulphur dioxide in the products, which was not mentioned on the packaging.


Bart Ingredients recalled batches of its Bart Pickling Spice 80g following a printing error on the labels on the jars.  Wiper and True recalled Citrus and Sevens (330ml and 500ml) Indian Pale Ale beer bottles, also due to mislabeling. Three batches of Leslie’s Clover Chips barbecue flavour corn snack was recalled by Asco Foods Ltd after it found milk in the content which was not labeled on the ingredients list.

Interlink Direct has also issued a recall of its Orthodox Coconut Palm brand Coconut Juice after milk protein was found in the product which was not indicated in the ingredients list on the package. P&B Foods recalled Heera Premium Quality Golden Bread Crumbs following mispackaging. Customers who have bought these products can get full discount when returned them to their nearest stores.


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