September 23, 2021, 20:05

    Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and Co-op issue recalls on kids’ books, sandwiches and more

    Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and Co-op issue recalls on kids’ books, sandwiches and more

    Supermarkets including Tesco, Asda and the Co-op have issued a series of important recalls that customers should be aware of.

    It’s important not to eat or use the below goods as they could potentially be dangerous.

    One of the products that has been pulled from shelves includes a Hey Duggee children’s book, sold at Asda, over fears tots could choke on part of it.

    Meanwhile, the Co-op is recalling its own-brand tuna mayo sandwich because the product has been found to contain a “foreign body”.

    When a product has been recalled, you are entitled to your money back from either the place where you purchased it or from the manufacturer.

    In most cases, you don’t need to have your receipt to get your money back, or you may be able to use a bank statement as proof of purchase.

    For all food-related product recalls, you can check the Food Standards Agency website which lists all the potentially dangerous items that have been removed.

    Some of the below use by dates for the below products have already passed, but it's worth checking your freezer if you've recently purchased one of these items and planned on eating it at a later date.


    Sainsbury's has issued a warning about this veg lasagne

    Sainsbury’s Love Your Veg butternut squash and lentil lasagne has been pulled from shelves because it contains pork and beef due to a packaging mix-up.

    The supermarket says the label as the product has been incorrectly packed with Sainsbury’s Bolognese Melt.

    The manufacturing error means the product also contains 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.

    Only the below use by date is included in the recall, which means other dates are fine to eat.

    • Use by: July 17, 2021


    It is worth checking if you've purchased this snack pot from Morrisons

    A recall notice has been issued for Morrisons' Onion Bhaji and Mango Chutney snack pots because they may contain wheat which is not mentioned on the label.

    So if you've got an allergy or intolerance to wheat or gluten, this product could pose a possible health risk.

    There is only one use by date included in the recall.

    • Pack size: 110g
    • Use by: July 6, 2021


    Tuna Co-op sandwiches with a use by date of July 15 have been recalled

    The Co-op has recalled its own-brand tuna sandwiches because of a "foreign body" contamination.

    The convenience store chain doesn't give anymore information about what exactly has contaminated this product, but it says ones with the below use-by date are not safe to eat.

    Its tuna sandwiches with other use-by dates have been deemed ok to consume.

    • Use by: July 15, 2021


    There has been a warning issued about these coconut jam delights from SPAR

    If you're a SPAR shopper, you should be aware that the supermarket has pulled its SPAR Enjoy Local Coconut Jam Delights because of undeclared sulphites.

    This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with a sensitivity to sulphur dioxide or sulphites.

    Again, it is only the best before date below that is affected by the recall.

    • Pack size: 184g
    • Best before: July 23, 2021

    Tesco and Sainsbury's

    These wireless earbuds have been recalled

    Wireless earbuds old at Tesco and Sainsbury's because there is a risk of the charging case overheating.

    Kondor Limited, the manufacturer of the KitSound Funk25 earbuds say the charging case could overheat if it is connected to a power source that’s more than five volts.

    If you’re not sure if you've got an affected model, look for "KitSound/KSFUN25" written inside the earbud recess in the charging case.

    • Batch code: All batch codes
    • Product colour: All colours – black, grey and mint


    This is the second Hey Duggee book to be recalled in recent weeks

    Parents should check if they purchased this Hey Duggee and the Magical Unicorn book for their kids, as it's been recalled over fears it could be a choking hazard.

    In a recall notice on the Asda website, it says a manufacturing fault has been found on some copies where the foil lamination on the cover of the book can be peeled off.

    Small parts of foil could then become a choking hazard to small children.

    Other retailers including Waterstones also sold this book.


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