Food Recall Part 2

This is a list of some of the food recalls by retailler – 

Tesco, McDonald’s and Costco are recalling selected Robinsons Fruit Shoot and Apple Blackcurrant bottles as a precautionary measure.

The company have received a small number of reports that the spout within the sports bottle cap may become detached unexpectedly, and could present a safety risk.

Britvic PLC – who manufacture Robinsons drinks – have issued an urgent notice.

The product was sold as multipacks (24 bottles) in Tesco and Costco and as single 200ml bottles in McDonald’s. Customers are being advised to return any drinks bought between 22 and 28 June to the store or restaurant where they were purchased it in order to obtain a full refund.

The Foods Standard Agency posted an alert on their website.

It read: “Britvic PLC is recalling the above product. Point-of-sale notices will be displayed in all retail stores that are selling this product. These notices explain to customers why the product is being recalled and tell them what to do if they have bought the product.”

At present, no other Robinsons products are known to be affected, and Britvic Plc has pointed out that this is a “targeted recall” of this product only.

Customers who require further assistance are being advised to call the Fruit Shoot Custom Care line on 0114 223 44 88 or visit the website at: https://fruitshoot.com/gb/contact-us/

The FSA website added: “If there is a problem with a food product that means it should not be sold, then it might be ‘withdrawn’ (taken off the shelves) or ‘recalled’ (when customers are asked to return the product).

 

Tesco, McDonald’s & Costco food recall: Other stores have issued a notice for a vegetable soup, as it contained an ingredient which hadn’t been mentioned on the label.

 

Yorkshire provider recalled their Rustic Vegetable Broth with Kale, Lentils & Quinoa Soup, as it contained milk, posing a health threat to those with an allergy.

 

ASDA and Morrisons have both been affected by the recall, which concerns cereal produced by Weetabix Food Company. A notice on the Food Standard’s Agency website says the “presence of plastic makes these products unsafe to eat”. The FSA advises customers to return these items to the relevant store for a full refund – a receipt is not needed. Full details

ASDA

The affected product is the ASDA Fruit & Fibre cereal, 500g.

This has a batch code of 9095 and a best before of 05 April 2020.

Customers wanting more information should call Asda Customer Relations on 0800 952 0101.

MORRISONS

The affected product is the Morrisons Fruit and Fibre cereal, 500g.

This has a batch code of 9095 and a best before of 05 April 2020.

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Customers wanting more information should call Customer Service Helpline 0345 611 6111.

Cadbury desserts were forced to issue a recall notice after listeria fears in some of the popular desserts.

The brand are warning about Cadbury Dairy Milk Cheesecake and Cadbury Dairy Milk Caramel Cheesecake puddings.

Any of these puddings should be returned to the store they were bought from.

The Food Standards Agency said there is a “possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes”.

 

Meanwhile McCain issued a recall notice over their hash browns.

The FSA advised: “McCain Foods is recalling McCain Hash Browns because they may contain small pieces of plastic.

“The presence of plastic makes this product unsafe to eat.

“Only product produced between the times 12:00 – 23:59 with the batch code W25032019 are affected.”

Continuing their advice to customers, the FSA said: “If you have bought the above product, do not eat it. Instead, return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.”

 

The label also states that the product is suitable for vegans, however, due to is milk content this product wouldn’t meet the vegan standards.

Stockists of the Provender soup include Asda, Morrisons, Co-op, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose and Nisa. The item in question is the 600g pot, with the use by date: 8 July 2019.