Asda, Boots, Sainsbury’s and Bisto recall food due to health concerns
Asda, Boots, Sainsbury’s and gravy brand Bisto have all recalled food products this week following health concerns.
Sainsbury’s has recalled one litre cartons of its Basics range Unsweetened UHT Soya Drink with a best before date of May 9 2016 as a manufacturing fault has caused the product to curdle in some cases.
Asda has recalled 710g packs of Asda Chosen By You Pickled Crinkle Cut Beetroot as there is a risk the product may contain bacteria, Clostridium Botulinum, which can cause food poisoning. Affected packs have a best before date of December 6.
Boots is recalling a number of ready to eat sushi products as they may contain pieces of metal.
It is recalling Strand Super Duper Veggie Sushi 187g, Strand Super Duper Salmon Sushi 191g, Strand Super Duper Nigiri Sushi 232g, Shapers Salmon and Prawn Sushi Rice Salad 156g, Shapers Smoked Salmon Sushi main 118g, Shapers Hoi Sin Duck Sushi main 121g, Shapers Veggie Sushi main 115g, Shapers Sushi Mini Rolls main 186g, Shapers Sweet Chilli Chicken Rice Sushi salad 153g, Shapers Smoked Sushi snack 66g, Shapers Veggie Sushi snack 59g, Shapers Sushi limited edition 129g and Shapers Prawn and Salmon Sushi.
All products have a use by date of September 17 or September 18.
Batches of Bisto for Chicken Gravy Granules and Reduced Salt Bisto for Chicken Gravy Granules have also been recalled as 170g packs with a best before date of January 2017 may contain pieces of metal.
In all cases, customers should return the product to the shop that they bought it from for a full refund.