Urgent recall warnings are not something to be taken lightly and a number of products available from the supermarkets have been recalled due to dangerous health risks. Customers who have recently been shopping in Tesco or Harrods are urged to check their cupboards and avoid eating one food which could be have been contaminated with E. coli. This infection can cause abdominal pain, diarrhoea and fever and in some cases can cause fatal kidney failure. Shoppers who have been in Tesco or Waitrose are also recommended to return a certain product which may contain pieces of plastic.
Tesco and Harrods E. coli food recall: Full list of affected items here
Tesco Finest Félicien du Dauphiné Cheese
An urgent recall has been issued by the manufactures of the cheese, Fromagerie Alpine, due to the possible contamination of E. coli.
The risk applies to the 180g pack size of the cheese and on all lot numbers from 032 to 116.
Products with any used by dates could be affected.
Xavier David, Saint Marcellin PGI
The product, sold at Harrods, is from the same manufacturer and poses the same health risk.
The affected packs are 80g in size, have a lot number of 032 to 116 and have a used by date between 8 March 2019 and 16 June 2019.
The manufacturer issued the recall as these products may have been contaminated with Shiga toxin producing E. coli.
Those who have the cheeses at home are being urged not to eat them and instead return them to the store they were bought for a full refund.
No other Fromagerie Alpine products are known to be affected.
Another health and safety warning has been issued for a product which is sold in Tesco and Waitrose.
The Vegetarian Butcher Little Willies Lincolnshire Style Sausages
These sausages have been recalled as they are thought to contain pieces of plastic, making them unsafe to eat.
The risk applies to the 160g pack with a used by date between 22 April 2019 and 15 May 2019.
Point-of-sale notices will be displayed in all stores and the product has been selling in Tesco and Waitrose.
Again, shoppers are recommended not to eat the product and to take them back to store for a full refund.
Tesco recently recalled cereal bars due to a salmonella risk.
Similar cereal bars were recalled in Asda with the same health fears.
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