Wiper and True is withdrawing its bottles of Citrus and Sevens (330ml and 500ml) Indian Pale Ale beer due to the presence of lactose which is not declared on the labelling, resulting in the undeclared presence of a milk ingredient.
Asco Foods Ltd is recalling three batches of Leslie’s Clover Chips barbecue flavour corn snack. The product contains milk, which is not mentioned on the ingredients list. The product also contains soya which is not correctly labelled. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents and/or an allergy to soya.
The Chef’s Kitchen Limited is withdrawing its Premium Quality Style Port and Premium Quality Style Madeira because the products contain sulphur dioxide, which is not mentioned on the packaging. This means the products are a possible health risk for anyone with a sensitivity to sulphur dioxide or sulphites.
P&B (Foods) Ltd is asking its retail customers to withdraw from sale Heera Premium Quality Golden Bread Crumbs because there is no ingredients list on the product. The product contains wheat, which means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to wheat or intolerance to gluten.
Aston Manor Cider is recalling bottles of its Chardolini Sparkling Perry (75cl) with lot codes of L27105N3 and L5328N3 because the product may contain small fragments of glass at the bottom of the bottle. This means the product is a possible risk to health.
Sainsbury’s is recalling a number of its Camembert products with use by dates up to and including 6 March 2016 due to low levels of Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes is a bacterium that can cause foodborne illness, particularly among vulnerable groups – these are pregnant women, unborn and newborn babies, those over 60 years old and anyone with a weakened immune system.
As a precautionary measure, Lytham Foods is recalling Taylors of Lytham Chicken Tikka Sandwiches due to the possible presence of Salmonella in the tikka powder ingredient used to manufacture this product. The supplier of the tikka powder, Catermix, has also manufactured this ingredient in unhygienic conditions and failed to comply with the food hygiene regulations.