A number of supermarket products have been recalled by major food retailers in recent days and weeks.
These products have been recalled because they could present a risk to people who buy them, reports the Express.
Reasons for the recalls include because the product contains undeclared ingredients or allergens, harmful bacteria, or could have faulty packaging.
READ MORE:Highland Spring recalls bottles of sparkling water amid safety fears after ‘three explode’
Here is a round-up of all the products which have recently been recalled:
Aldi is just one of the supermarkets that area recalling products
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The budget supermarket has recalled its Crestwood 2 Puff Pastry Cheese and Onion Slices.
Due to a packaging error, the savoury pastries contain barley (gluten) and mustard not mentioned on the label.
The recalled batch are in 300g packages and have a use by date of August 16, 2021.
Aldi is encouraging customers to return the product to their nearest branch.
The supermarket said: “Our supplier is recalling this product due to the presence of mustard and barley which are not declared on the label.
“Customers with a mustard or barley allergy are advised not to eat this product.
“Customers are asked to return this product to their nearest store, where a full refund will be given.”
Tesco has recalled its White Fondant Icing because it contains almonds not declared on the packaging.
Some of the product’s packs have been incorrectly packed with Tesco Marzipan containing almonds, posing a possible health risk to anyone with a nut allergy.
The recalled batch are in 500g packages and have a best before date of September 2022.
Tesco is advising customers not to eat the product and to return it to their nearest store for a full refund.
The supermarket is also recalling Sea Salt Pop Chips, as batches of the product may contain milk which is not mentioned on the label.
A packaging error meant some packets of sea salt PopChips had been filled with Sour Cream and Onion Popchips
A packaging error meant some Sea Salt bags had been filled with Sour Cream and Onion flavour Popchips.
The warning has been given by manufacturer KP Snacks.
A statement from KP Snacks said: “We have identified that a small number of our popchips 85g Salted sharing bags may contain Sour Cream & Onion flavoured popchips that contain milk, which is not listed on the Salted bag label.
“As this poses a possible health risk to those with an allergy to milk or milk constituents, we are looking to recall bags.”
The product is also sold in Asda and Waitrose.
Customers should return the product to store for a full refund.
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Highland Spring Ltd has recalled its 750ml sparkling spring water bottles because of a manufacturing fault.
There have been a small number of reports that the water bottles, which are glass, have exploded.
Highland Spring has recalled 130,000 bottles of its sparkling water
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The bottles have a use by date of May and June 2023.
Highland Spring Ltd has asked customers to place the product “in a bag and dispose of it safely.”
“A full refund will be given and no receipt is required,” the company added.
These glass bottles are sold in Sainsbury’s, as well as online on Amazon and Ocado.
Other recalled products sold at Sainsbury’s, as well as at Tesco and Asda, are M&M’s.
Mars Wrigley is recalling the M&M’s Crispy products due to a due to a genetically modified organism (GMO) in one of the ingredients.
Customers are warned not to eat the products and to return them to their nearest store.
The products affected are M&M’s Crispy Pouch Slim and M&M’s Crispy Pouch.
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