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A food recall is issued when a discovery is made that a product is unsafe for consumers. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) as well as the supermarkets themselves have listed the new recalls currently in place.
Danone is recalling three of its yoghurt products due to the possible presence of metal.
The possible presence of metal means the dairy products are unsafe for customers to consume.
Customers who have purchased any of the recalled dairy products should not eat them and return them for a refund.
Danone have said that no receipt is needed for a full refund.
The company is recalling its Light and Free Peach Passion Fruit Greek Style Yoghurt 4x115g with the use by date of March 31, 2021.
The use by date can be found on the top of the pack.
One batch of Active Vanilla 0% Fat – NO Added Sugar Yoghurt 4x120g is also being recalled.
Customers should look for the best before date of April 2, 2021 and no other dates are affected.
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Danone said: “We are sorry that this happened and would like to apologise for any inconvenience.”
The third yoghurt being recalled is the Activia Intensely Creamy Raspberry Yoghurt 4x100g with the best before date of March 31, 2021.
No other best before date is affected and the date can be found on the top of the pack.
Sainsbury’s and Asda are both recalling Danone Light & Free Peach Passion Fruit Greek Style Yoghurt and Activia Vanilla 0% Fat NO Added Sugar Yoghurt only.
In a statement, the supermarket said: “We are asking customers who have purchased this product not to eat it and to return the item to their nearest Sainsbury’s store for a full refund when they next visit for groceries & other essentials.
“For any concerns or queries or if you are vulnerable, shielding or otherwise unable to return the product to store then please Contact Danone Careline on 0808 144 9451.
“No other products have been affected by this issue. Danone would like to apologise for the inconvenience this may cause.”
Tesco is recalling Danone Light & Free Peach Passion Fruit Greek Style Yoghurt only while Morrisons is recalling all three of the yoghurts affected.
Details of the recall have also been published onto the retailers websites.
There are also other food recalls in place including products from Lidl and Co-op.
Lidl GB is recalling Crownfield Wholegrain Wheat Bixies 36 as they may contain pieces of plastic.
This makes the product unsafe to eat and customers are urged to return it to a Lidl GB store for a full refund.
Pack size: 720g
Best before date:
- January 10, 2022
- January 11, 2022
- January 12, 2022
Co-op is also recalling a food item over fear it may contain plastic.
The supermarket is recalling its British 12 Beef Meatballs because the possible presence of plastic makes the product unsafe to eat.
Pack size: 350g
- March 5, 2021
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