Here we find the E.coli outbreak from cheese affecting multiple countries, Salmonella, undeclared allergens and mislabelling causing issues.
This week in the recall round-up gallery the reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to Ireland, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Canada and Germany.
21 July - Ireland: Aldi Ireland is recalling a ready meal as the “Chicken Peanut” ready meal was incorrectly packed as “Thai Chicken Panang".
"Nice ’n Easy Thai Chicken Panang with Jasmine Rice" (frozen) has a best before date of 30 October 2015 and comes in a 350g pack size.
Peanut is an ingredient, but it is not declared so the product is unsafe for consumers who are allergic to or intolerant of peanut or its constituents.
Aldi Ireland and the brand owner Geia Foods clarified that batch number: 17757100 B2710D is affected.
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