Major UK supermarkets including Aldi recall various food products due to allergy fears

Food recalls aren't that 'common' says expert

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Supermarkets issue food recalls due to health and safety fears. Due to it being faulty, a product is recalled because it could create damage to certain individuals.

Several food recalls were announced by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) on Friday.

The products affected were crisps, corn snacks, and chocolate dippers.

Eat Real and Organic Mamia snack products were recalled due to undeclared milk.

The products contain milk but this is not mentioned on the label.

The snacks affected are Eat Real Quinoa Puffs White Cheddar, Eat Real Quinoa Puffs Mediterranean, Eat Real Quinoa Puffs Jalepeno & Cheddar, Eat Real Quinoa & Kale Puffs White Cheddar, Mamia Organic Carrot Puffs, and Mamia Organic Tomato Wheels.

All best before dates up to and including May 2022 are affected.

These Eat Real snacks are sold at Aldi, Asda, Morrisons, and Ocado.

The FSA recommended not eating the products and returning them to your nearest supermarket.

Another product being recalled are crisps sold at Sainsbury’s and Ocado.

Simpleas Lightly Salted Pea Snack is unsafe to eat for some people because it contains gluten not mentioned on the label.

The FSA advised customers to return the product to a store for a full refund.

It said: “If you have bought the above product and have an allergy or intolerance to barley, oats, wheat or gluten, do not eat it.

“Instead return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.”

The final product currently being recalled is Chocolate Dippers sold at Home Bargains.

TJ Morris, which owns Home Bargains, is recalling the sweet snack because it contains peanuts not mentioned on the label.

The company has issued a statement to advise customers on what to do if they have bought the product.

The statement read: “TJ Morris is recalling Choco Dippers snacks due to an undeclared allergen in the ingredients list.

“If you are allergic to peanuts do not eat it.

“Please return the product to our store for a full refund.”

All batch codes and best before dates are affected.

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