Food recall: Waitrose issues urgent warning on baby food due to faulty batches – full list
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Waitrose has issued the warning on the HiPP product due to a possible fault in some batches. This follows a warning issued for Birds Eye products sold in Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s.
HiPP Anti-Reflux powder
Food recall warnings are issued when a problem is spotted with a product.
HiPP is recalling the baby food product sold in Waitrose stores as it may not be thickening as it should.
The batch has the best before date of October 8, 2021 and the batch number 1554856.
A Waitrose statement said: “HiPP are recalling this product as a precautionary measure as this batch may not be thickening as expected.
“The product itself is not harmful to a baby’s health and meets all nutritional requirements.”
Those who have bought the affected batch have been urged to contact HiPP to arrange a refund, or to return it to a Waitrose store.
“Contact HiPP UK on 0800 298 4477, by emailing [email protected],” the statement continued.
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“Or for a full refund return to Waitrose as part of your routine shopping.
“We apologise that it has been necessary to recall this product and for the inconvenience caused.”
While the product is not harmful to the health of consumers, shoppers are encouraged to return the item.
This follows a food recall issued for a product sold in Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s.
Birds Eye Four Chicken Burger with Golden Wholegrain
A warning was issued for the chicken product as it could contain pieces of red plastic.
This will cause a risk to consumers and those who have bought the affected batches are asked not to consume it.
A statement on the Food Standards Agency website said: “This product may contain pieces of red plastic which makes the product unsafe to eat.”
Batch codes L1022 V U124, L1022 W U124, and L1022 X U124 are known to be affected.
They have a pack size of 200 grams and best before date of April 2022.
Any customers who have bought the products can return them to the stores where they were bought for a full refund.
Alternatively, shoppers can take a picture of the pack showing the batch code and send their name, address and contact details to Birds Eye via www.birdseye.co.uk/contact-us.
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