Supermarkets including Lidl issue urgent food recalls over products including Walkers crisps and protein powder

The Foods Standards Agency (FSA) has warned shoppers of the recall of various food products in British supermarkets over health concerns.

Since December 1, four products have been recalled from supermarkets, including crisps and protein powder.

Of the products listed by the FSA, two are being recalled as they contain ingredients not mentioned on the packaging.

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These are all the product recalls that have been announced since December 1:

  • Naturya Hemp Protein Powder, which was recalled on December 1 as it contains gluten, which is not mentioned on the label. and could pose a risk to anyone with an allergy or intolerance to gluten

  • Walkers Mince Pies Flavour Crisps, which was recalled on December 7 as the contain milk, which is not mentioned on the label and could pose a risk to anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk

  • Certain types of frozen feeder mice products for feeding reptiles are being recalled by Monkfield Nutrition as Salmonella has been found in the products

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Other food recalls announced on November 30 include:

  • Pieminister Moolin Rouge Pie Chef Kits as they contain milk, which is not mentioned on the label

  • Lidl’s Deluxe Stuffed Dates because salmonella has been found in the product

When a product is recalled, for any reason, the Food Standards Agency shares details on what you should do if you have bought the item, as well as detailed information on why the product is being pulled from shelves.

If any shoppers have bought the items they should visit their nearest supermarket or high street outlet for a full refund or exchange.

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