Brindisa Spanish Foods has extended its recall of its La Chinata Smoked Paprika to batch codes 322 and 324. This is because salmonella has been detected in the product. If you have bought one of these, do not eat it.
Brindisa Spanish Foods is recalling La Chinata Smoked Paprika Mild because salmonella has been detected. Salmonella is a bacterium that can cause food poisoning. The FSA has issued a Product Recall Information Notice.
The Food Standards Agency has rescinded a recall of a batch of ground cumin sold by the Bart Ingredients Company. The affected product had tested positive for the presence of almond protein which is not declared on the label.
Iceland is recalling its Blackened Salmon Portions because the paprika used in its manufacture is contaminated with almond protein. This is not declared on the packaging and means the product is a possible health risk to anyone with an allergy to almond.
The Food Standards Agency, the British Retail Consortium, the Food and Drink Federation and the Seasoning and Spice Association are to put a spotlight on the supply chains for herbs and spices following recent cases where cumin and paprika have been found to contain undeclared almond protein.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has issued a further allergy alert today following confirmation that a batch of paprika was the most likely source of undeclared almond protein in three food products which have been recalled.