Some of the UK’s biggest supermarkets are issuing urgent recalls on a number of products over concerns such as health fears and undeclared ingredients. Customers and consumers across North Staffordshire are affected as Waitrose, Asda and Tesco are withdrawing items from shelves. Budget supermarket Lidl, as well as Poundstretcher, has also issued a recall for one of the products it sells. The chains have issued the recalls through the Food Standards Agency (FSA) website, BirminghamLive reports. Products affected range from children’s toys to Nestle chocolate products, sold at Pounstretcher and a popular lunchtime meal from Costa Coffee. Please check for the following items in your home. Here is a list of the latest product recalls affecting you this week: Waitrose recall pickled beetroot slices Waitrose is recalling jars of pickled sweet sliced beetroot after fears some jars may contain small pieces of glass. An alert from the Food Standards Agency website told purchasers not to eat the product as it presents a safety risk and it should be returned for a full refund. Lidl recalling hazelnut spread Lidl has issued an urgent recall of HealthyCo Proteinella Hazelnut Creme due to allergy concerns. Some of the packaging is not in English… Read full this story
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