Co-op issues food recall warning due to serious allergy fears – affected item here

Co-op has recalled a food product due to undeclared milk and soya on the ingredient list. Those who have recently been shopping in stores should check their cupboards for the affected product. This follows food recalls recently issued by Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons.

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Co-op In-store Bakery 4 Glazed Ring Doughnuts

The bakery item has been recalled by Co-op as it may contain ingredients not mentioned on the label.

This was caused by the wrong labels being printed onto some of the items.

The products may contain milk and soya making it dangerous for anyone with an allergy or intolerance.

The Food Standards Agency website said: “Co-op is recalling Co-op In-store Bakery 4 Glazed Ring Doughnuts because the product contains milk and soya which are not mentioned on some of the labels as incorrect labels were applied to some products.”

The affected packs have a best before date up to and including May 13, 2020.

Co-op has recalled the products and contacted the relevant allergy support organisations so members will be told about the product.

Point-of-sale notices have also been placed in stores and they give more information on what customers should do.

Anyone who has purchased the food item and has an allergy has been warned not to eat it.

Instead, customers should get in touch with customer services on 0800 0686 727 or [email protected]

It can also be returned to the nearest Co-op store for a full refund.

This should only be done if already making an essential trip to the supermarket.

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Recently, supermarkets including Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons have recalled a number of products.

Morrisons Market Street Living Herbs

The supermarket giant issued a warning over its Market Street Living Herbs range as they may contain Listeria monocytogenes.

Symptoms of the illness including flu, high temperature, muscle ache or pain and sickness.

Anyone who has bought the herbs are asked not to consume them and instead return to the store if safe to do so.

Wall’s Mini Calippo (Orange and Lemon-Lime)

The product was recalled as it could contain small pieces of metal, making it unsafe to eat.

The food item is sold in Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and on Ocado.

Again, anyone who has purchased the product should not eat it and instead return it to stores.

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