Food recalls aren't that 'common' says expert
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Food recalls are issued when there is a discovery made that a product may be unsafe for consumers. The latest recall is from discount supermarket Aldi who is recalling some of its chicken food products.
Aldi is recalling its Roosters Breaded Chicken Goujons due to the possible presence of salmonella.
This makes the food item unsafe to consume.
Symptoms of salmonella include a fever, sickness and bad stomach cramps.
In a statement, Aldi said: “Our supplier is recalling this product due to the possible presence of salmonella.
“Customers are advised not to eat this product.
“Customers are asked to return this product to the nearest store, where a full refund will be given.
“We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation.”
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Aldi added: “For further information, please visit https://customerservice.aldi.ie/contact or https://customerservice.aldi.co.uk/contact.”
In other food recall news, Sainsbury’s also has two current popular foods being recalled due to them containing ingredients which are not listed on the label.
The first food recall is on packs of Knoppers Wafers.
The batch codes affected are B12N, B12M and B16C.
Sainsbury’s said in a statement: “It has been brought to our attention that packs of Knoppers Wafers that are overstickered and have been purchased at Sainsbury’s with the batch codes above, contain undeclared allergens.
“The affected batches have different labels and do not consistently highlight or declare peanuts, soya or milk on the packaging making them unsuitable for customers with an allergy to those ingredients.”
The best before dates affected are July 19, 2021 and August 16, 2021.
Shoppers who have bought this food item should return it to their nearest store for a full refund.
Sainsbury’s is also recalling Off The Eaten Path Caramelised Onion & Balsamic Vinegar Rice & Pea Chips, 120g.
This is because the crisps have been flavoured with Thai Chilli & Lime seasoning rather than Caramelised Onion & Balsamic Vinegar and contain undeclared milk.
The presence of milk that is not declared on the label means it is unsafe for anyone who has an allergy to milk.
Customers should look for the best before date of September 11, 2021.
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