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Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Co-Op urgently recall potentially “dangerous” foods

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A number of products from major supermarkets had to be recalled due to urgent safety concerns.

Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Tesco are among the retailers whose products have been identified by the Food Standards Agency as unsafe to eat.

If you purchased any of the products below, you are entitled to a full refund if you return them to the store.

Here is a complete list of products to remember, such as reported by Kent Live .

Morrisons product recall

Live Grass from Market Street

Morrisons is recalling products from Market Street Living Herbs because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes – a potentially fatal bacteria.

All of the products listed below, purchased between May 3 and May 9, are potentially affected.

Morrisons Market Street Living Basil

Morrisons Market Street Grand Basil alive

Morrisons Market Street Living Chives

Morrisons Market Street Living Coriander

Morrisons Market Street Living Dill

Morrisons Market Street Living Basil

Morrisons Market Street Living Flat Parsley

Morrisons Market Street Living Mint

Morrisons Market Street Living Parsley

Morrisons Market Street Living Thyme

The Food Standards Agency has also issued opinions on listeria.

He says: “The symptoms caused by this organism can be similar to the flu and include high temperature, muscle pain or aches, chills, feeling or nausea and diarrhea.

“Some people are more vulnerable to listeria infections, including those over the age of 65, pregnant women and their unborn babies, babies under the age of one month, and people with weakened immune systems.”

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Recall from Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Tesco and Iceland

Original giant green sweet corn

Original giant green sweet corn

General Mills recalls Green Giant Original Sweetcorn because some seams may be defective due to packaging defect, which could make this product unsafe to eat.

Pack size : 198g

Lot codes : 293 1S1, 294 1S1, 295 1S1

Best before : July 2023

Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Ocado recalled

Mini wall Calippo

Mini wall Calippo

Unilever recalls Wall’s Mini Calippo’s multiple packages (orange and lemon-lime) because they may contain small pieces of metal.

The presence of metal makes this product unfit for consumption.

Pack size : 6 x 80 ml (480 ml) multi-pack

Lot codes : L0121, L0122, L0123, L0124, L0125 and L0126

Best before : end dates: April 2022 and May 2022

Recall of Asda and Sainsbury

Gluten-free vegetable lasagna

Gluten-free vegetable lasagna

Amy’s Kitchen is reminiscent of gluten-free vegetable lasagna.

The cooked dish is recalled because the packaging may contain metal shavings.

Pack size : 255g

Lot code : 30-K269

Best before : November 2021


Frozen hash browns

Bags of frozen hash browns are recalled by the cooperative because they may contain pieces of white plastic.

The possible presence of plastic makes the product unfit for consumption.

Pack size : 700g

Best before : July 2021

Sliced ​​Pepperoni

E. coli O157 was found in Pepperoni co-op packaging.

The supermarket is recalling the product whose expiration date is May 19, 2020.

Pack size : 70g

Use by : May 19, 2020


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