All objects that are to be trashed right now, such as Lidl, Centra, Dunnes and more, will be remembered

All objects that are to be trashed right now, such as Lidl, Centra, Dunnes and more, will be remembered

A number of popular foods have been taken off Irish store shelves in recent weeks for fear of food safety.

Recalls for certain batches of products including ham, ice cream and biscuits have been issued by Food Safety Authority in Ireland.

Households across Ireland are encouraged to check their cabinets, refrigerators and freezers for the affected items.

READ MORE:Lidl urgently recalls two puddings that may be unsafe for some Irish shoppers

All stores that have the affected products in stock will have notices of points of sale in their store and will give customers a refund to return the affected lots.

The FSAI explains: “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 condition of, materials in contact with food and food with potential to cause adverse health effects. “

Below are all the current recall notices that apply:

Centra King Shrimp

Some lots of Centra King Prawns have been recalled due to incorrect labeling with incorrect expiration dates.



The FSAI said: “The above lots of Centra King Prawns are being recalled because they have been incorrectly marked with incorrect expiry dates. The expiry dates indicated on the labels are 16/07/2022 and 22/07/2022, however, the correct expiry dates are 16/06 / 2022 and 22/06/2022 .. “

The batches concerned are 180 g packages of Centra King Prawns (cooked and peeled) with expiry dates of 16/07/2022 and 22/07/2022.

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

Lidl Glensallagh glazed and grilled American Cajun shaved ham

Lots of Glensallagh glazed and grilled Cajun Shaved American-style ham are being recalled due to the presence of gluten, which is not declared on the label.



The FSAI said: “This could make the affected parties unsafe for consumers who are allergic to or intolerant to cereals that contain gluten.”

The parties concerned are the following:



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

Hao Hao Chicken Flavor Instant Noodles

A batch of Hao Hao Chicken Flavor Instant Nudles has been recalled due to the presence of the illicit pesticide Ethylene Oxide.



A batch of Hao Hao Chicken Flavor Instant Nudles has been recalled
A batch of Hao Hao Chicken Flavor Instant Nudles has been recalled

The FSAI said: “This pesticide is not approved for use in foods sold in the EU. Although the consumption of the contaminated product does not pose an acute risk to health, there may be health problems if there is continued consumption of ethylene oxide for a long period of time. Therefore exposure to this substance must be minimized. “

The product concerned has batch code SG B6 and best before date 2022-09-18.

Withdrawal messages from points of sale will be displayed in stores supplied with the batch in question.

Villani Cacciatore Italiano Salami

A batch of Villani Cacciatore Italiano salami is being recalled due to the presence of Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes.



Villani Cacciatore Italiano Salami
Villani Cacciatore Italiano Salami

The FSAI said: “People who are infected with Salmonella usually develop symptoms between 12 and 36 hours after infection, but this can vary between 6 and 72 hours. The most common symptom is diarrhea, which can sometimes be bloody. Other symptoms can be fever, headache and stomach cramps The disease usually lasts 4 to 7 days Diarrhea can sometimes be severe enough to require hospitalization Elderly, infants and people with weakened immune systems are more likely to have a serious illness.

Symptoms of Listeria monocytogenes infection may include mild flu-like symptoms, or gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. In rare cases, the infection may be more severe and cause serious complications. “Infants and people with weakened immune systems, including the elderly. The incubation period (the time between the first infection and the first symptoms) is on average 3 weeks but can vary between 3 and 70 days.”

The product concerned has batch code 240222 and best before date 15.07.22.

Withdrawal messages from points of sale will be displayed in stores supplied with the batch in question.

Frozen Jonah Red Tilapia fish

A batch of frozen Jona Red Tilapia Fish, which comes from Vietnam and is sold in Ireland, is being recalled due to the presence of illicit substances – malachite green and leukoma malachite green.



Frozen Jonah Red Tilapia fish
Frozen Jonah Red Tilapia fish

A spokesman for the FSAI stated: “Malachite green is an unauthorized veterinary medicinal product that is not authorized in EU. This substance can be broken down to form leukomalacite green. Malachite green was previously used in some countries to treat parasites and fungal and bacterial infections. Even if it is contrary to the Reference Point for action, the fish in question does not pose an acute health risk, but there may be an increased risk if there is continued consumption for a long period. ”

The batch in question has ‘lot number’ VN / 472 / IV / 169 and best before date 17/09/2023.

Withdrawal notices from points of sale will be displayed in stores supplied with the lot involved and customers are advised not to eat it.

Fray Bentos Just Chicken Pie

A batch of Fray Bento’s Just Chicken Pie has been taken off store shelves due to fears that it may contain plastic.



Withdrawal of a batch of Fray Bentos Just Chicken Pie due to possible presence of small pieces of plastic
Withdrawal of a batch of Fray Bentos Just Chicken Pie due to possible presence of small pieces of plastic

People are advised to check their cabinets to see if they have an affected batch and if so, return it to the store where it was purchased.

The chicken pie is sold in a number of supermarkets across Ireland including Tesco, SuperValu and Dunnes Stores.

The FSAI said: “Baxters Food Group Ltd. is recalling the above batch of Fray Bento’s Just Chicken Pie due to the possible presence of small pieces of plastic.

“Recall notices from points of sale will be displayed in stores supplied with the batch in question.”

The product concerned weighs 425 g and has batch code L079T, with a time code between 06:00 – 08:22, and a best before date 09/2023.

Mars Bounty glass bars

A batch of Mars Bounty Ice Cream Bars has been recalled due to the presence of the illicit pesticide ethylene oxide.



Bounty glass
Bounty glass

A spokesman for the FSAI stated: “Ethylene oxide is a pesticide that is not authorized for use in foods sold in the EU but is approved for use by other countries outside the EU.

– Even if the consumption of the contaminated product does not pose an acute health risk, there is an increased risk if there is a continued consumption of ethylene oxide in contaminated food for a long time. Therefore, exposure to ethylene oxide must be minimized.

“Recall notices from points of sale will be displayed in stores supplied with the batch in question.”

The stacks concerned are 51.6 g, have the batch code 037C3DOE02 and a best before date 31/08/22.

Tesco free from digestive biscuits

Tesco recalls a batch of Tesco Free from Digestive Biscuits due to the possible presence of small pieces of metal.



The Tesco biscuits are recalled

The packaging concerned is 160 g and has a best pre-closing date in March 2023.

Kinder sweets

A major recall has been issued for several Kinder products due to the possible presence of salmonella.



The FSAI has issued three separate revocation notices in recent weeks.

The recall affects ALL batches and ALL best-before dates for:

  • Kinder Schokobons, all pack sizes
  • Kinder Surprise 20g and 20g x 3
  • Kinder Mini-egg 75g
  • Kids Mini Egg Hunt Kit 150g
  • Kinder Surprise 100g

A spokesman for the FSAI said: “People who are infected with Salmonella usually develop symptoms between 12 and 36 hours after infection, but it can vary between six and 72 hours.

– The most common symptom is diarrhea, which can sometimes be bloody. Other symptoms may include fever, headache and stomach cramps. The disease usually lasts four to seven days.

“Diarrhea can sometimes be severe enough to require hospitalization. Elderly people, infants and those with weakened immune systems are more likely to have more serious illness.”

Lidl Culinea Paella

Lidl Ireland recalls a batch of its frozen Culinea Paella, as the cooking instructions are not marked in English.



A batch of Culinea Paella is recalled.
A batch of Culinea Paella is recalled.

The product involved is a package of 750 g with batch code L1354-2 and best before date 2023-06-20.

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