UK Supermarkets Issue 'Do Not Eat' Warnings Amid Product Recalls

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UK Supermarkets Issue ‘Do Not Eat’ Warnings Amid Product Recalls

Morrisons, Tesco, and Aldi are among the UK supermarkets currently issuing ‘do not eat’ warnings for several of their products due to various health and safety concerns. These recalls have been prompted by issues ranging from potential metal contamination to incorrect labeling, posing risks to consumers.

Tesco Recalls Chocolate Bars Over Allergy Risk

Tesco has recalled its Nutty Nougat Caramel Chocolate Bars multipack and Dreamy Caramel Chocolate Bars multipack due to undeclared peanuts on the label. This packaging error could pose a serious health risk to anyone with a peanut allergy. The affected multipacks have best-before dates of January 31, 2025, and February 28, 2025. Customers are advised to return these products to any Tesco store for a full refund. For more information, contact Tesco Customer Services at 0800 505 555.

Morrisons Recalls Chicken Products Over Metal Contamination

Morrisons has recalled its wafer-thin cooked chicken products due to potential metal contamination. The affected products include the 400g and 170g pack sizes with all use-by dates up to and including June 16. Customers are urged not to eat the chicken and to return it to their nearest store for a full refund. Morrisons has apologized for the inconvenience and assured customers of their commitment to product quality and safety.

Aldi Recalls Chicken Kebabs Due to Labeling Error

Aldi has issued a recall for its Ashfields Grill 4 Garlic & Herb Chicken Kebabs due to a labeling error showing an incorrect use-by date, making the product unsafe to consume. The affected batch has a pack size of 320g with a use-by date of July 9, 2024. Customers should return the product to the store for a full refund. For further information, visit or contact 0800 042 0800.

Brew York Recalls IPA Over Exploding Cans

Brew York is recalling its Juice Forsyth IPA, sold at stores including Morrisons, due to reports of cans exploding from over-carbonation. The affected cans have a best-before date of July 23 and a batch code of Gyle 1036. Shoppers are advised not to drink the beer and to dispose of it safely. Customers can contact Brew York at for a coupon covering the cost of the can and an additional apology.

Understanding Product Recalls

When there is a problem with a food product, it may be withdrawn (removed from sale) or recalled (customers asked to return it). The Food Standards Agency (FSA) issues notices to inform consumers and local authorities about such issues. In some cases, a ‘Food Alert for Action’ is issued to provide specific actions for local authorities to protect consumers.

Consumers are encouraged to stay informed about these recalls to avoid potential health risks and ensure the safety of their food products.

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