Tesco recall: Supermarket urgently recalls biscuits due to presence of undeclared nuts

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A food recall is put in place when a discovery is made that the product may be unsafe to the consumer and Tesco has listed its most recent recall on its website. 

As a precaution, Unisnacks Europe is recalling one date code of Heji Hello Panda Cocoa Biscuits with Matcha Green Tea Cream Filling.

This is because they’ve detected traces of peanuts in the product which aren’t mentioned on the label.

The biscuits are sold at the likes of Tesco. 

Customers who have brought these biscuits should look for the best before end date of May, 2021.

Tesco said: “If you have a peanut allergy, please don’t eat this product. 

“Instead, please return it to a Tesco store where a full refund will be given. No receipt is required.”

Shoppers can find their local store using the online store locator.

If customers have any further concerns, they can contact Tesco Customer Services direct or Unisnacks Europe.

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There are also a number of other food recalls currently in place. 

Heron Foods, B&M and B&M Express are recalling chicken nuggets because Salmonella has been found in the product. 

Vesty Foods have recalled Chick Inn 32 Jumbo Chicken Nuggets because of the presence of Salmonella. 

Salmonella symptoms include a fever as well as abdominal cramps. 

Customers should look for the best before date of January, 2022 with the lot number 31453058.

Those who have brought this product should return it to the store it was bought from for a full refund. 

SFC are also recalling its chicken poppets and take home boneless buckets due to Salmonella having been found in the products. 

Sainsbury’s and Morrisons are currently recalling the chicken.

Current products being recalled:

SFC Chicken Poppets

Pack size: 190g
Batch code: L 15520
Best before: September 24, 2021

SFC Chicken Poppets

Pack size: 190g
Batch code: L13720
Best before: October 31, 2021

SFC Chicken Poppets

Pack size: 190g
Batch code: PKW008A
Best before: February 28, 2022

SFC Chicken Poppets

Pack size: 190g
Batch code: PKW011A
Best before: February 28, 2022

SFC Take Home Boneless Bucket

Pack size: 650g
Batch code: L19720
Best before: November 28, 2021

Anyone with affected packs should not eat the product and return it to the store where it was bought from for a full refund.

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