Supermarkets issue a food or product recall when a food item or product is unsafe for its consumers. The affected shops include Tesco, Asda, Aldi, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s. If customers have any of the recalled products, they should return them to the store they were purchased from for a full refund.
12 Pack Large Free Range Eggs (Product code: 56163, Batch Code: 1UK15270)
12 Pack Medium Free Range Eggs (Product code: 700084, Batch Code: 1UK15270)
15 Mixed Weight Free Range Eggs (Product code: 700091, Batch Code: 1UK15270)
Large Free Range Eggs (Product code: 4407, Batch Code: 1UK15270)
6 Medium Free Range Eggs (Product code: 44861, Batch Code: 1UK15270)
6 Very Large Free Range Eggs (Product code: 700093, Batch Code: 1UK15270)
Specially Selected Golden Yolk Egg 6 Pack (Product code: 14731, Batch Code: 1UK15270)
Specially Selected Blue Egg 6 Pack (Product code: 14731, Batch Code: 1UK15270)
The best before dates affected relate to any date before November 20.
These eggs are not being recalled but the Food Standards Agency advises customers to always follow good hygiene and egg handling practises when using eggs including, cooking them properly, storing them in the fridge, using them by the best before date and washing hands before and after handling eggs.
Aldi has also recently extended its recall for packs of Roosters Southern Fried Poppin’ Chicken and Roosters Breaded Poppin’ Chicken over salmonella fears.
The pack size of both of the food items is 210g and all batch codes and all best before dates are affected.
Customers should not eat any of these food items and instead return them to an Aldi store for a full refund.
Asda is recalling some clothing items over fears that they are not safe for use.
The George Boys Dressing Gowns, George Boys Print Dressing Gowns and George Girls Dressing Gowns are all being recalled because the jersey hood lining used in these styles does not meet the stringent flammability requirements.
If purchased, customers should stop using these products immediately and return them to a near Asda store. No receipt is required.
Shoppers can also check the affected batches on the Asda website to make sure that theirs is safe for use.
Customers can also contact their customer service to check if the product they’ve bought is affected on 0800 952 0101.
Waitroses’ most recent food recall includes a batch of goat’s cheese and halloumi.
The Bettine Blanc Goat’s Cheese is being recalled due to the possible presence of listeria, which could cause illness it the product is eaten.
The Waitrose Duchy Organic Cypriot Halloumi is also being recalled because it contains milk which is not declared on the label.
This could pose a threat to anyone who has a milk allergy.
Both products should be returned to store for a full refund.