‘Don’t eat’ – Urgent warning for Irish shoppers as popular Tesco product recalled over glass fears

‘Don’t eat’ – Urgent warning for Irish shoppers as popular Tesco product recalled over glass fears
‘Don’t eat’ – Urgent warning for Irish shoppers as popular Tesco product recalled over glass fears

AN urgent warning has been issued to Irish shoppers after a popular Tesco product was recalled over glass fears.

The affected Tesco Sandwich Pickle was sold in stores around the country.

Tesco Sandwich Pickle was recalled due to the possible presence of glass
Tesco has issued an alert to customersCredit: Garrett White – The Sun

It has a pack size of 295g and a best before date of September 11.

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland said: “The above batch of Tesco Sandwich Pickle is being recalled by Tesco due to the possible presence of glass pieces.

“Recall notices will be displayed at point-of-sale in Tesco Stores.

“Retailers are requested to remove the involved batch from sale and display recall notices at point-of-sale.

“Consumers are advised not to eat the involved batch.”

Meanwhile, another household staple is also being recalled from shops.

The move to recall the product was made over hygiene concerns.

The For Gut Sake Lovely Leitrim Farm Fresh Raw Milk is being recalled from retailers across the country.

The local milk product is being pulled after it was deemed there was hygiene concerns associated.

Retailers are requested to remove all batches from sale and display recall notices at point-of-sale.

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The Food Safety Authority of Ireland said: “Customers are also advised not to consume any of the batches, applying to all batches and all expiration dates.

“For Gut Sake is recalling all batches of its Lovely Leitrim Farm Fresh Raw Milk due to concerns with hygiene controls during production. Recall notices will be displayed at point-of-sale.”

And an alert has been issued to Irish parents after a popular baby product.

The Britax Roemer Baby-Safe carrier is being recalled from stores around the country.

The popular baby brand pulled the product after it was deemed an injury risk to children.

Parents have been urged to stop using the infant carrier immediately.

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has issued a recall notice for the affected infant carrier.

There are approximately 24 affected products across Ireland.

The warning said that handles on the product could damage and detach, which can pose a serious risk of injury to children.

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The recall only relates to the BABY-SAFE 5Z2 product, not the BABY-SAFE plus II or the BABY-SAFE plus SHR II.

The barcode and batch number of the infant carriers posing a risk to children are unknown.

 
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