Food recall: Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and more recall popular foods due to allergy concerns

A food recall order is issued from a supermarket, brand or company when the product is not safe to eat. The product is removed from the shelves if it causes harm to some people. Below is the full list of current food recalls from supermarkets in the UK.


Bennett Opie Ltd is recalling pickled walnuts Opies because they may contain mustard and sulfites that are not mentioned on the label.

As a result of a packaging error, some jars may contain pickled cornichons and onions with mustard and sulfites as ingredients not mentioned on the label.

This means that the product presents a potential health hazard for anyone who is allergic to mustard and/or sensitive to sulfur dioxide and/or sulfites.

This product is sold in Tesco, Sainsbury and Asda.

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Supermarkets advised customers what to do if they purchased the product.

Tesco said: “If you have purchased infected nuts and are allergic to mustard and/or allergic to sulfur dioxide/sulfites, please do not eat them.

“Instead, take it back to a Tesco store where the full amount will be refunded. No receipt required.”

The supermarket giant also pulled goat butter from St. Helen’s farm.

The product’s manufacturer, St. Helens Farm, said the product may contain small pieces of metal.

The possible presence of metals makes this product unsafe to eat.

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Sainsbury’s, as well as Waitrose, also remember goat butter from St. Helen’s farm.

The supermarket said: “We ask customers who have purchased this product not to consume it and to return it to the nearest Sainsbury store where they will receive a full refund.

For any concerns or inquiries, please contact St Helen’s Farm on 01430 861715, or visit the home page.

“None of the other St. Helens farm products were affected by this problem.”


Bryans Salads remember three of their pasta salads: Chicken and Bacon Pasta Salad, Shrimp Pasta Salad, and Cheese Macaroni Salad.

They are called because they have a “use by” date of February 7, 2022 instead of January 7, 2022.

Therefore, it may be unsafe to eat after the intended “use by” date due to the risk of bacterial growth that can cause illness if ingested.

These salads are only sold in Iceland.

The supermarket urges customers who have already purchased the product to return it to their local store in exchange for a refund.

Marks and Spencer

Marks and Spencer states that they are made without wheat or gluten-free white dough due to unauthorized wheat or gluten.

This means the product is a potential health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to wheat or gluten, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA).

The best dates before impact are December 19, December 20, December 21 and December 22.

All dates for December 2021.

“This product contains wheat (gluten), which makes it a health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to wheat or gluten,” the Financial Services Authority said in its statement on its food recall website.

Like other supermarkets, Marks and Spencer requires customers who have already purchased the project and who are sensitive or intolerant to gluten to return it to their nearest store.

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