Food Product recall – Sultanas and Roll-Mop

Via SCC Trading Standards with many thanks….

Sainsbury’s Organic Sultanas Recall

Sainsbury’s is recalling some SO Organic Sultanas because Salmonella has been detected.
Salmonella is a form of food poisoning. The symptoms of food poisoning from Salmonella are diarrhoea, headaches, stomach cramps, nausea, and fever.
If you have the affected Sainsbury’s Organic Sultanas DO NOT EAT THEM.

The Sainsbury’s Organic Sultanas affected by this recall are:-

  • Sainsbury’s SO Organic Sultanas
  • Pack size – 500g
  • Date codes – All

ATT00007
If you have the affected Sainsbury’s Organic Sultanas DO NOT EAT THEM. Instead, return them to your nearest Sainsbury’s store for a full refund.
If you have any questions or concerns about this recall you can contact Sainsbury’s on 0800 636 262.
Lidl OceanSea Rollmops Recall

Lidl is recalling some OceanSea Rollmops jars because the product label is not in English and the ingredients contain a known allergen, mustard.
This product poses a health risk to anyone who is allergic to, or intolerant of, mustard.

The Lidl OceanSea Rollmops affected by this recall are:-

  • Lidl OceanSea Rollmops
  • Pack size – 500g glass jar
  • Best before dates – All
  • All jars where the label is not in English

If you have the affected Lidl OceanSea Rollmops you should return them to Lidl for a full refund.
If you have any questions or concerns about this recall you can contact Lidl on 0870 444 1234.

 

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About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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