In the first weekly recall round-up of 2014, the reasons behind food recalls takes us to USA, England, Canada, New Zealand and Australia where we find E.coli, Listeria, Clostridium botulinum, product distributed before inspection and incorrect labelling prompting action.
9 January - England: Marks & Spencer has withdrawn its Count on Us Bengali Cod Curry because some packs contain milk, which is not mentioned on the label.
All date codes of the 380g are affected, which makes it a possible health risk for those who are allergic or have an intolerance to milk or its constituents.
"Any customers in possession of this product who have a milk allergy, or who wish to exchange the product, can return them to their nearest store where a full refund will be given," said an M&S Spencer statement.
"We apologise to our customers for any inconvenience caused. Product quality is of paramount importance to Marks & Spencer and we take all issues regarding the production of our food extremely seriously."
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