Last updated on 16 June 2011
Morrisons withdraws an own-brand muesli
Due to a packaging error Morrisons The Best Fruit Muesli 500g may contain nuts. Undeclared nuts pose a health risk to people allergic to nuts, so the Agency has issued an Allergy Alert.
People with an allergy to nuts are advised not to eat this product.
- Morrisons The Best Fruit Muesli 500g
- Best before end: May 2012
Morrisons has withdrawn the affected product and has contacted the relevant allergy support organisations, which will inform their members of the withdrawal. Notices are being displayed in all stores to let consumers know the reasons for the withdrawal and that they can return the product for a full refund. Notices have been placed in national newspapers. No other Morrisons products are known to be affected.
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