Asda, Tesco and Iceland issue urgent warning about products pulled from shelves


Supermarket giants, including Asda, Tesco and Iceland, have issued warnings to customers about potentially unsafe products amid a Salmonella break out in various Kinder items

Multiple supermarkets have issued warnings

Several supermarkets have issued urgent warnings as products are pulled from shelves.

Customers are being urged to check their kitchens in case they have any unsafe products on the go, reports the Liverpool Echo.

It comes after Kinder products became under threat of contamination from Salmonella, forcing a factory in Belgium to close after over 100 people came down with the bug.

Other products have been found to contain high levels of E. coli.

Asda, Tesco, Morrisons are among the supermarket giants to have recalled items in recent weeks, with consumers told to return them to the store for a full refund.

You do not need to have your receipt to get your money back.

When a product is recalled, for any reason, the Food Safety Agency (FSA) shares details on what you should do if you have bought the item, as well as detailed information on why the product is being pulled from shelves.

Asda, Tesco, Morrisons, Waitrose, Iceland and Aldi







Kinder products were recalled after a wave of Salmonella cases
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Ferrero is extending their precautionary action of recalling additional Kinder products because they might be contaminated with Salmonella.

This is an update to include additional Kinder products and best before dates.

Product details

KinderSurprise

  • Pack size: 20g and 20g x 3
  • Best-before dates: all dates up to and including 07 October 2022

KinderSurprise

  • Packsize: 100g
  • Best-before dates: all dates from 20 April 2022 up to and including 21 August 2022

Kinder Mini Eggs

  • Pack size: 75g
  • Best-before dates: all dates from 20 April 2022 up to and including 21 August 2022

Kinder Egg Hunt Kit

  • Pack size: 150g
  • Best-before dates: all dates from 20 April 2022 up to and including 21 August 2022

Kinder Schokobons

  • Packsize: 200g
  • Best-before dates: all dates from 20 April 2022 up to and including 21 August 2022

Symptoms caused by Salmonella usually include fever, diarrhea and abdominal cramps.

If you have bought the above products do not eat them. Instead, please contact the Ferrero consumer careline on [email protected] or 0330 053 8943 UK or +44 (0)330 053 8943 Ireland to obtain a full refund.

Tesco







Tesco is also among the supermarkets to warn customers
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As a precaution, Trewithen Dairy is recalling one batch code of its unsalted butter, as it’s been found to contain high levels of E. coli.

  • Trewithen Dairy Unsalted Butter 250G
  • Best before date: 23 May 2022
  • Batch code: G2 073

No other Trewithen Dairy products are known to be affected.

If you’ve bought an affected product, please don’t eat it. Instead, return it to a Tesco store where a full refund will be given. No receipt is required.

For more information, you can contact Trewithen Dairy Customer Services on 01208 228 700.

Iceland

Iceland is recalling Iceland Takeaway Chicken Bhuna (Frozen) because it contains milk which is not declared on the label.

As a result of a packaging error, some packs may contain Iceland Takeaway Creamy Butter Chicken. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents.

Product details

Iceland Takeaway Chicken Bhuna

  • Pack size: 375g
  • Batch code: L22026
  • Best-before date: 26 January 2024
  • Allergen: milk

If you have bought the above product and have an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents do not eat it.

Instead return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund. If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact Iceland customer care telephone line on 0800 328 0800.

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