Food products that include protein powder, stuffed dates, pies, and cheesecakes have all been recalled from supermarket shelves across the UK.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has released a list of products that contain ingredients that could pose a health risk as they include some not mentioned on the label.
One product has also been recalled due to it containing salmonella.
Nutrisure Ltd recalled Naturya Hemp Protein Powder on December 1 because of undeclared gluten.
The product is a possible health risk for anyone who has an allergy or intolerance to gluten.
This batch was only sold in Sainsbury’s stores.
According to the FSA, the pack size is 100 grams and the batch code is W02135 and is best before the end of March 2024.
Nutrisure has recalled the product and is issuing a point-of-sale notice to customers.
Customers with gluten intolerance who have purchased the item will be given a full refund from the store they bought it from.
On November 30, the FSA announced that Lidl is recalling Deluxe Stuffed Dates because salmonella has been found in the product.
The product is 240 grams in weight and the batch code is 21301/196.
The item is listed as being best before January 21, 2022.
Salmonella has been found in the product and is a form of bacteria that is likely to cause symptoms including fever, diarrhoea, and abdominal cramps.
Point of sale notices will be displayed in all retail stores that are selling the product and all customers who have purchased the product will receive a full refund.
Waitrose is recalling its Thrive Fish Pie because it contains undeclared egg.
The FSA announced that the supermarket would be recalling this item on November 20.
As a result of a packaging error, some packs contain the pie without egg being declared as an ingredient.
The package size of the product is 250 grams and the batch code is L1272 and has a best before date of March 2023.
The company is recalling the product and asking anyone with an egg allergy to return it to obtain a full refund.
Pieminister is recalling its Moolin Rouge Pie Chef Kits as there is undeclared milk in them.
The FSA announced on November 30 that the firm is recalling the product as it could pose a health risk to anyone with a milk intolerance.
The pack size of the kit for two is 578 grams and is best before December 4, 2021, December 9, 2021, January 9, 2021, January 17, 2021, January 25, 2022, and February 9 2022.
The Pieminister Moolin Rouge Chef kit for two with a pie dish also has a pack size of 578 grams and a best before date of January 15, 2022, and February 3, 2022.
Pieminister has been advised to contact the relevant allergy support organisations to tell members about the recall.
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Cook kitchen has recalled its Mango and Passionfruit cheesecake and Chocolate and Almond Torte because of undeclared allergens.
The products have been mis-packaged and the FSA declared that these items would be recalled on November 26.
The Mango and Passionfruit cheesecake has been packaged as the Chocolate and Almond Torte which contains undeclared nuts and soya.
The Chocolate and Almond Torte contains Mango and Passionfruit Cheesecake packaging and gluten is not mentioned on its label.
The pack size for the Mango and Passionfruit Cheesecake is 560 grams and it has a batch code of 000001 and a best before date of March 7, 2022.
The pack size for the Chocolate and Almond Torte is 600 grams and it has a batch code of 000006 and a best before date of April 6, 2022.
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