Milk and other foods recalled from SuperValu, Tesco, Dunnes and more

Milk and other foods recalled from SuperValu, Tesco, Dunnes and more

Irish shoppers are warned to check their refrigerators and freezers after a number of food recall notices were issued by FSAI over fear of food safety.

All stores that have the affected products in stock will have notices of points of sale posted in their store and will give shoppers a refund for returning any of the affected lots.

The FSAI said: “Food alerts are notices issued by the FSAI to official authorities and food companies or other companies relating to an identified hazard, ie a biological, chemical or physical agent in, or the state of, materials that come into contact with food and foodstuffs. with the potential to cause adverse health effects. “

Read more: Complete list of groceries recalled from Centra, Boots and other Irish stores

The Food Safety Authority (FSAI) issued a statement on June 8 for Alpro Rice All Plant, Rocky Rice drink that was found to be incorrectly labeled as gluten-free.

The popular product is sold in SuperValu, Tescoand Dunnes stores.

According to the FSAI message, anyone who is celiac or gluten intolerant can get sick if they consume the product.

All batches of the beverage that are one liter in size with the best before date 31/12/22 and batch code: L 090 2 with time stamps from 15.07 to 18.24 are included in this announcement.



Milk recall
Urgent recall issued on popular Alpro dairy product sold at Supervalu, Tesco, Dunnes and more

A statement from the FSAI reads: “Gluten was detected in the above batch of Alpro Rice All Plant, Rocky Rice drink, with timestamps from 15.07 to 18.24 affected.

“The product is labeled as gluten-free and a grain that contains gluten is not declared on the ingredient list.

“This may make the affected batch unsafe for consumers who are allergic to or intolerant to cereals that contain gluten.”

Notifications about points of sale are on site and customers can return the affected product in store.

Alfroase Biteku leaves



FSAI revocation
The lots of Afroase Biteku Leaves are recalled due to the presence of the pesticide chlorpyrifos-ethyl

The above lots of Afroase Biteku Leaves are being recalled due to the presence of the pesticide chlorpyrifos-ethyl which is no longer authorized for food use in the EU.

Although consumption of the batches of Afroase Biteku Leaves involved is unlikely to pose an immediate health risk, continuous consumption of chloropyrifos-ethyl over a long period of time may pose a potential health risk.

Withdrawal notices from points of sale will be displayed in stores delivered with the parties concerned.

Centra King Shrimp



FSAI revocation
Centra King Shrimp

The above lots of Centra King Prawns are being recalled because they have been incorrectly marked with incorrect expiration dates.

The expiry dates which are stated on the labels are 16/07/2022 and 22/07/2022, but the correct expiry dates are 16/06/2022 and 22/06/2022.

Withdrawal notices from points of sale will be displayed in Centra stores delivered with the affected parties.

Glensallagh Glazed & Grilled American Cajun Shaved Ham



Glensallagh Glazed & Grilled American Cajun Shaved Ham
Glensallagh Glazed & Grilled American Cajun Shaved Ham

Some lots of Glensallagh Glazed & Grilled American Style Cajun Shaved Ham have been recalled due to fears of gluten allergy. The affected meat contains undeclared gluten, which makes it unsafe for consumers who are allergic to or intolerant to cereals that contain gluten. The following parties have been recalled:

Batches of ham recalled due to undeclared gluten

Read more: Complete list of items including meat and vegetables recalled from Dunnes Stores, M&S and other Irish stores

Read more: Frozen fish, ice cream and more items recalled from Dunnes Stores, Lidl, SuperValu and Tesco

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