The product being recalled is a hot sauce mix. The FSA states the product contains celery and mustard not on the label. It could therefore pose an allergy risk.
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What products are being recalled?
S&B Golden Curry Medium Hot Sauce Mix
Pack size 1 kg
Best before 22 December 2020, 16 March 2021, 07 May 2021, 23 May 2021, 12 June 2021, 10 July 2021
Allergens Celery, Mustard
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The product is sold on Waitrose’s website and is on Sainsbury’s website, but is currently out of stock.
A statement advises what to do if you have bought the product.
It said: “Check if you have bought the affected best before date(s) of the S&B GOLDEN CURRY MIX MEDIUM HOT 1kg.
“You can do this by taking a picture of this notice or writing down the best before date(s) for reference at home.
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“Return the product(s) to the store for a full refund (with or without a receipt).”
Waitrose is also recalling another item currently.
Waitrose is recalling its beef and ale pie after nuts contaminated the item.
Those who have bought the item are advised to return it to their local Waitrose for a full refund.
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Or, Britons can contact Waitrose Customer Care on 0800 188 881 Option 4.
The FSA stated on its website: “Waitrose & Partners are recalling Waitrose & Partners Slow Cooked Beef and Ale Pie because it contains hazelnuts and milk which are not mentioned on the label.
“This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to nuts (hazelnuts) and/or an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents.”
In other supermarket news, Tesco shopping rules have changed.
Tesco scrapped some of its social distancing rules.
It took to Twitter to make a statement, reading: “We’ve heard your feedback and made a few changes to keep things in-store as safe and simple as possible.”
On its website Tesco states: “Where necessary, we’ll limit the flow of people coming into our stores to make sure they don’t get too busy.
“New floor markings will help you to keep a safe distance from others while waiting to pay.”
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