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Stop using these recalled products sold at Waitrose, Lidl, and John Lewis

PUBLISHED: 16:30 16 October 2018

Do you have these items at home? Picture: ARCHANT

Do you have these items at home? Picture: ARCHANT


Ice creams, fruit and nut muesli and velvet boots are being recalled amid health concerns, while a chicken tikka masala containing nuts has been mislabelled.

Waitrose is asking customers to return two types of muesli to their stores after a milling error. Some packs of Essential Waitrose fruit and nut muesli and Dorset gloriously roasted nut muesli contain hard grains and may cause discomfort if bitten. The products thought to have been affected are 1kg bags of Essential Waitrose Fruit and Nut Muesli with a best before date of April 2019 WY 8236 and Dorset Cereals Gloriously Roasted Nut Muesli 600g with a best before date of June 24, 2019 MX8236 / 28 06 2019 MX8240.

Classic mini mix ice creams from Lidl are being sold in packaging which isn’t written in English meaning it is not clear that they contain almonds and milk. If you have bought the Gelatelli Classic Mini Mix Ice Creams and have an allergy or intolerance to these ingredients, return it to a Lidl store for a full refund.

The Raw Chocolate Company are recalling their Chocolate Goji Berries because they may contain small pieces of metal. Those thought to be affected are Raw Chocolate Goji Berries 28g, with the batch code of 0102, 1403, 1903, 0204 and best before date of February 2019, March 2019, April 2019; Raw Chocolate Goji Berries 125g, with the batch code of 0102, 2802, 1403, 1903, 0704 and best before date of February 2019, March 2019, April 2019; Raw Chocolate Goji Berries 450g, with the batch code of 0102, 2802 and the best before date of February 2019, March 2019 and Raw Chocolate Goji Berries 10kg with the batch code of 0102, 1403, 1903, 0704 and the best before date of February 2019, March 2019, April 2019. Plain Goji Berries 150g with the batch code of 2201 and the best before date of May 2019 are also affected. Customers are instructed not to eat the product and to return it to the store they purchased it from for a full refund.

If you have a pair of John Lewis Mint Velvet boots you must stop wearing them immediately and return them for a full refund. It is believed that the product poses a safety risk as the heel can become detached. The boots affected have the following stock numbers 12623821, 12623822, 12623823, 12623824, 12623825, 12623832, 12623833, 12623834, 12623835, 12623836, 12623837.

Have you got a chicken tikka masala in your fridge/freezer? E H Booths & Co Ltd is recalling their chicken tikka masala with pilau rice pot due to incorrect labelling. The product contains cashew nuts which are not listed on the packaging, this means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to nuts.

You can take a look on the Trading Standards and Food Standards Agency websites for a full list of recall alerts.

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