The Food Standards Agency has published the latest round up of food items purchased in UK supermarkets that should not be consumed.
Recall notices are issued by The Food Standards Agency when there are concerns that a problem with a food product has arisen which could cause problems for those who consume it and thus should not be sold. Shoppers who have purchased the items are urged to return products to the store they bought them from and will receive a full refund.
Two of the products on the recently recalled items list include Magnum Ice Cream and Calippos.
Both items have been quickly disappearing off supermarket shelves up and down the country, likely to be enjoyed with the continued warm weather in recent months.
Magnum Ice Cream
Unilever UK Ltd is recalling two batches of Magnum White Chocolate Ice Cream 400ml tubs.
This is due to the fact they contain milk, which is not written in English on the label, and this means that the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk / milk constituents.
If you have bought the above and have an allergy or intolerance to milk / milk constituents, you must not consume this product and instead, contact the Unilever Careline on 0800 146 252 or email – [email protected].
Pack Size – 440ml
Batch Code – L9255AT138 and L9255BT138
Best Before – September 2021
Allergens – Milk / Milk Constituents
You can find more information on this recall via the Food Standards Agency website here.
Calippo Ice Lollies
Unilever UK Ltd is recalling Wall’s Mini Calippo (Orange & Lemon-Lime) multi-packs purchased from Tesco, Morrison’s and Sainsbury’s.
This is due to the fact that they may contain small pieces of metal and the presence of this metal thus makes this product unsafe for human consumption.
Pack Size: 6 x 80ml (480ml) multi-pack
Batch Code: L0121, L0122, L0123, L0124, L0125 and L0126
Best Before: April 2022 and May 2022
If you have bought the above, you must not consume this product and instead, contact the Unilever Careline Freephone on 0800 731 1507 or email – [email protected].
You can find more information about this recall via the Food Standards Agency website here.