Tesco, Morrisons, Asda, and Sainsbury’s issue urgent product recalls over cat food, snacks and baby food

Products have been recalled from a number of UK supermarkets due to health warnings.

Items sold by Tesco, Morrisons, Asda and Sainsbury’s have all been recalled due to various warnings.

Items like snack bars, soups, baby food, and cat food are being pulled off the shelves for a variety of reasons.

Read more: “I have tasted Tesco, Asda, Co-op, M&S and Waitrose’s Tortilla Chips and some were really rubbish”

For some, it’s either the presence of plastic or possible allergenic ingredients not listed on the label.

The Food Standards Agency regularly updates their website with the latest recall notice, reports YorkshireLive.

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We have compiled the most up-to-date list of pictures, pack sizes, batch codes and best-before dates below.

Any customer who has purchased these items should return them to the location where they were purchased for a full refund.

The FSA has urged people not to use or consume these products as they could make you sick or pose a health risk.

Snack bars

The Skinny Food Co is recalling a wide variety of Skinny High Protein Low Sugar Duo bars for containing milk that isn’t properly labeled on the label.

Although the label includes a precautionary allergen label stating that the product contains “traces of milk”, this is incorrect.

The products therefore represent a potential health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk components. This recall has been expanded to include additional batch and date codes.

The affected products are:

Some skinny food co-bars are being recalled

Skinny High Protein Low Sugar Duo Bar – Salted Caramel

Package size: 60g

Batch code: 91649 91604 91763

Best before date: January 2022 December 2021 March 2022

Allergens: milk

Skinny High Protein Low Sugar Duo Bars – Cookies and Cream

Package size: 60g

Batch code: 91602 91765

Best before: December 2021 March 2022

Allergens: milk

Skinny High Protein Low Sugar Duo Bar – Chocolate Brownie

Package size: 60g

Batch code: 91600 91767

Best before: December 2021, March 2022 and April 2022

Allergens: milk

Baby food

Tesco is recalling its own brand Cottage Pie Baby Food as it may contain small pieces of blue plastic.

The FSA said the possible presence of plastic made this product unsafe for consumption.

The product details are:

Tesco Cottage Pie baby food

Package size: 190g

Best before: June 12, 2022

Soup

Morrisons Minestrone Soup

Morrisons is recalling its own minestrone soup as some packets contain celery, which is not mentioned on the label. This means that the product presents a potential health risk for anyone with a celery allergy.

The label also states that the product is suitable for vegans.

The minestrone soup is not suitable for vegans as it contains bacon.

Organic snacks

These two organic snack packs are being recalled for health reasons

These two organic snack packs are being recalled for health reasons

Eat real

Eat Real is recalling Eat Real Puff products, Mamia Organic Carrot Puffs, and Mamia Organic Tomato Wheels because they may contain milk that isn’t on the label.

This means that the product sold through various retailers such as Asda, Sainsbury’s and Ocado poses a potential health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk ingredients.

The product details are:

Eat Real Quinoa Puffs White Cheddar

Package size: 40g, 113g

Best before date: All best before dates up to and including the end of May 2022

Allergens: milk

Eat real quinoa puffs Mediterranean

Package size: 40g, 113g

Best before date: All best before dates up to and including the end of May 2022

Allergens: milk

Eat real quinoa puffs jalepeno & cheddar

Package size: 40g, 113g

Best before date: All best before dates up to and including the end of May 2022

Allergens: milk

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Eat Real Quinoa & Kale Puffs White Cheddar

Package size: 40g, 113g

Best before date: All best before dates up to and including the end of May 2022

Allergens: milk

Eat real quinoa & kale puffs jalepeno & cheddar

Package size: 40g, 113g

Best before date: All best before dates up to and including the end of May 2022

Allergens: milk

Mamia organic carrot puffs

Package size: 20g

Best before: All date codes

Allergens: milk

Mamia organic tomato wheels

Package size: 20g

Best before: All date codes

Allergens: milk

Chocolate spoon

Chocolate spoons are being recalled

Chocolate spoons are being recalled

Chocolate spoon

TJ Morris Ltd, trading as Home Bargains, is recalling Choco Dippers for containing peanuts that are not mentioned on the label.

This means that the product presents a potential health risk for anyone with a peanut allergy.

The product details are:

Chocolate spoon

Package size: 10 x 14g

Batch code: all

Used by: All best-before dates

Allergens: peanuts

Pea snacks

Simplea’s lightly salted pea snack

Novo Farina is recalling Simpleas Lightly Salted Pea Snack for containing gluten which is not stated on the label.

It is mainly sold online through eBay, Fruugo, and Amazon.

According to the FSA, there is a potential health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to barley, oats, wheat, or gluten.

The product details are:

Simplea’s lightly salted pea snack

Package size: 23g

Batch code: 028 21

Best before date: January 28, 2022

Allergens: gluten (barley, oats, wheat)

cat food

Cat food is also being recalled in large quantities

Cat food is also being recalled in large quantities

Sainsbury’s Hypoallergenic Recipe Dry Cat Food

Fold Hill Foods is taking precaution to recall several hypoallergenic cat food products for safety reasons. The products are sold through Sainsbury’s Pets at Home and online through Amazon.

The product recall notice was updated earlier this week to include all best before dates for Applaws products with location code GB218E5009.

This is not due to the identification of further safety concerns, but rather a voluntary action by the manufacturer to make it easier for consumers to understand the products concerned.

The affected products are:

Sainsburys Hypoallergenic Recipe Dry cat food with salmon 1 + year 800g

Sainsburys Hypoallergenic Recipe Dry cat food with chicken 1 + year 800g

Ava Kitten Chicken 300g and 2kg

Ava Adult Chicken 300g, 2kg and 4kg

Ava adult fish 2kg

Ava Ripe Chicken 7+ 2kg and 4kg

Ava Senior Chicken 12+ 2kg

Ava Sensitive Skin & Stomach 1.5 kg

Ava weight management 1.5 kg

Ava hairball 1.5kg

Ava oral care 1.5kg

Ava British Shorthair 1.5kg

Ava Persian 1.5kg

Ava Maine Coon 1.5kg

Applaws products

Applaws products (best before date between December 2022 and June 2023 with site reference code GB218E5009):

Applaws Cat Dry Chicken 400g, 2kg and 7.5kg

Applaws Cat Dry Senior Chicken 400g, 2kg and 7.5kg

Applaws Cat Dry Chicken & Salmon 400g, 2kg and 7.5kg

Applaws Kitten Dry Chicken 400g, 2kg and 7.5kg

Applaws Cat Dry Chicken & Lamb 400g, 2kg and 7.5kg

Applaws Cat Dry Chicken & Duck 400g, 2kg and 7.5kg

Applaws Cat Dry Ocean Fish 350g, 1.8kg and 6kg

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