Sainsbury’s urgent recall: Food warning issued over allergy fears – affected item here

Sainsbury’s has warned anyone who has been shopping in store to check their cupboards. Although food recalls are not issued often, they are something which should be taken seriously by consumers. The recall comes as one product has been found to contain milk, which is not mentioned on the label. This could cause a serious health risk to anyone with an allergy or intolerance.

Naturli’ Organic Vegan Spreadable

A warning was issued for the spreadable product, sold in Sainsbury’s, amid allergy fears.

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The Food Standards Agency said: “Naturli’ Foods is recalling Naturli’ Organic Vegan Spreadable because it may contain milk which is not mentioned on the label.

“This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents.”

The affected pack is 225 grams and has any use by date of between 30 August 2019 and 27 November 2019.

Those who have bought the product and have an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents are being urged not to consume it.

Instead, they can return it to the store where it was bought and they will get a full refund.

Point of sale notices have been issued and will be displayed in stores selling the product to give further information on what to do.

No other Naturli’ Foods products are known to be affected.

Recently, the supermarket chain, Lidl, issued a recall warning for those who had been shopping in store. 

The recall was for the SPEEDFEAST Quarter Pounder with cheese as it contained a number of ingredients which were not listed.

Those with an allergy to egg, milk or sesame were asked to return the product to store for a refund.

Morrisons warned shoppers after an item had an undeclared ingredient which could cause a serious health risk.

The supermarket recalled a number of their popcorn products as these had milk in them which was not listed as an ingredient.

Customers were asked to look out for items with the best before date of 23 August 2019 to 23 February 2020.