Food recall latest: Sainsbury’s, Marks & Spencer and Tesco – full list of products

Food recalls aren't that 'common' says expert

Two recalls have been made in January, one by Sainsbury’s. Sainsbury’s has recalled the Plant Pioneers 6 Caramelised Onion Shroomdogs. The product has been recalled over fears pieces of metal in the product could cause injury.

What product is being recalled?

Plant Pioneers 6 Caramelised Onion Shroomdogs

  • Pack size 300g
  • Use by 06 January 2021 and 07 January 2021

Sainsbury’s has recaleld the product and put notices up at point of sale.

If you have bought the product, return it for a full refund to your nearest store.

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Another product consumbers should be wary of, if on it’s on their shelves, is the The Premier Selection Choc Nibs from Premier Selection Sweets.

The treats contain hazelnuts not on the label.

This could pose a huge risk to any with nut allergies.

What product is being recalled?

The Premier Selection Choc Nibs

Pack size All pack sizes

Best before All dates up to and including 17 December 2021

Allergens Nuts (hazelnut)

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The company has allerted allergy support organisations, which will inform members.

Notices in stores will also allert customers to the risk.

If you have bought the product, return it to stores for full redund.

Marks & Spencer and Ocado have recalled a number of Picard frozen food products.

These include ham and cheese galettes, mini vanilla ice cream comes and potato gratins.

For the full list, including mini quiches and two prawns crisps, check here. 

Tesco is recalling its Finest Festive Belgian Dark Chocolate Brazil Nuts.

Packs have the best before date of May 2021.

The affected packs are 225 grams and have the batch code L0075004.

In other supermarket and food news, mask rules have been imposed in some stores. 

Morrisons shoppers will not be allowed to enter stores without masks unless they are medically exempt.

Sainsbury’s will be hiring specialised security guards to question those without masks.

Morrisons chief executive David Potts said: “Those who are offered a face covering and decline to wear one won’t be allowed to shop at Morrisons unless they are medically exempt.

“Our store colleagues are working hard to feed you and your family, please be kind.”

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