The supermarket are recalling Waitrose 6 Sweet and Succulent Port Sausages with Caramelised Red Onion Confit. The meaty treat has been incorrectly labelled, and given the wrong ‘use by’ date. Packets that currently have a ‘use by’ of 04/07/19 should have been given a ‘use by’ of 04/06/19. This means the product could be unsafe to eat after the intended ‘use by’ of 04/06/19 – but consumers may mistakenly think they can eat the sausages for a whole month after.
The sausages come in a pack size of 400g.
Issuing advice on the Food.gov website, the FSA said: “If you have bought the above product, do not eat it.
“Instead, return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.”
Anyone wanting to speak to someone for further advice should call 0800 188 881.
This is not the only item to be recalled by one of the major supermarkets this week. Tesco, Asda, Lidl and Waitrose all issued recalls yesterday after glass was found in some food items and others were incorrectly labelled.
Waitrose pickled beetroot slices recalled due to small pieces of glass.
Shoppers should return the product for a refund.
HealthyCo Proteinella Hazelnut Creme contains hazelnuts, milk and almonds.
As the label on some products is not in English, some shoppers my not be aware of the risk.
Playtive Junior Wooden Elephant Gripper Toy
Customers should return versions of this product with the IAN code 304083 and model number HG04414 (version 11/2018).
Loose parts on this toy pose a choking hazard.
Cranberry and Nut Cereal Bars (four x 35g)
These ASDA products pose a risk of salmonella.
Date code: September 2019
Some of these products contain gluten not mentioned on the label. Avoid the 375g packs with the Best-before date: March 28, 2020