Babease Limited recalls pouches of Broccoli, Parsnip & Lentils Baby Food due to the presence of spoilage organisms.
Babease Limited is recalling three batches of 'Broccoli, Parsnip & Lentils with Onion, Tomato, Quinoa, Fennel, Rapeseed Oil & Herbs' baby food because of the presence of spoilage organisms at unknown levels which may make this product unsafe to eat.
|Broccoli, Parsnip & Lentils with Onion, Tomato, Quinoa, Fennel, Rapeseed Oil & Herbs|
|Batch code||02.06.2019-1, 02.06.2019-2, 02.06.2019-3|
|Best before||2 June 2019|
Product may contain uncharacterised spoilage organisms (such as Mould, Enterobacteriaceae or Pseudomonas) at unknown levels which may make this product unsafe to eat.
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