Hilltop Honey is recalling six batches of its Raw British Creamed Honey on a precautionary basis due to small pieces of metal being found in the product. The company has advised that the product should not be consumed.
Further to Product Recall Information Notice (PRIN) 61/2016 issued on 11 October 2016, Suma is recalling its canned Organic Sweetcorn because of a manufacturing problem (overfilling), which has led to a processing issue.
A G Barr plc is recalling four batches of its Rubicon Sparkling Mango soft drink on a precautionary basis because yeast fermentation has occurred in some bottles. This may cause the bottle to burst. The presence of yeast has resulted in spoilage of the products, making them unsuitable for human consumption.
Bozita recalls five of its Feline Dried Cat Food products because the protein content was above advertised quantities.
The precautionary recall comes after a feed component was omitted in the production process, giving the products a higher protein content than their specifications.
Hilltop Honey is recalling five batches of its Raw British Creamed Honey on a precautionary basis due to small pieces of metal being found in the product. The company has advised that the product should not be consumed.
SPAR UK is recalling a batch of its own brand Midget Gems, because they may be contaminated by small pieces of wood. The contaminated batch being recalled is the 180 gram bags with a best before date of 31 March 2017.
The Food Standards Agency is alerting consumers to the recall of all cheese produced by Errington Cheese Ltd. A number of different types of cheese produced by the company have tested positive for potentially harmful strains of E.coli, including E.coli O157.