Tesco, Asda and Iceland issue recalls for cheese burgers, chicken dippers and Fruit Shoot drinks 

Supermarkets have issued urgent recalls for several items over allergy, choking and salmonella fears. 

The affected stores include British High Street giants Iceland, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Asda

Products being recalled ranged from cheese burgers to Fruit shoot drinks and even dog food.  

Customers should avoid eating or drinking any of the items included in the recall. 

Tesco is recalling several of its products, including its own-brand ready-made cheese burgers

Tesco is recalling several of its products, including its own-brand ready-made cheese burgers

Tesco is recalling several of its products, including its own-brand ready-made cheese burgers

They should instead return them to the store, where they will received a full refund, even if they don’t have a receipt. 

Tesco is recalling several products, including its own-brand ready-made cheese burgers.

The burgers could contain sesame, which has not been declared on the label, and pose a health risk to anyone with an allergy to sesame.

The burgers will have use by dates of June 28, 29 and 30 2019, and July 1, 3 and 4 2019.

The supermarket is also recalling a batch of Denny black pudding, sold in Tesco stores in Northern Ireland over choking hazard fears as it may contain small pieces of blue plastic.

Popular children's drink Robinson's fruit shoot is also being recalled

Popular children's drink Robinson's fruit shoot is also being recalled

Popular children’s drink Robinson’s fruit shoot is also being recalled

The affected product is Denny’s Black Pudding 199g with a use by date of July 17 2019.

Popular children’s drink Robinson’s fruit shoot, sold at Tesco, Costco and McDonald’s is being recalled due to concerns children could choke on the lid.

The apple and blackcurrant flavored drinks fruit shoot were sold in 24-bottle multi-packs at Costco and Tesco, and as single bottles at McDonald’s between June 22 and 28.

The recall applies to drinks with a best before date of the end of March 2020 and batch code numbers of N06 L9171, N05 L9164 and N05 L9171. 

Meanwhile, Iceland  is recalling its ’60 Crispy Chicken Dippers’ because some packs may contain pieces of hard plastic.   

Some packets of Shazans Pubjabi samosas, with Iceland stocking 12-pack versions, are also being recalled. 

They have been found to wrongly include paneer tikka samosas, which contain milk that is not mentioned on the label.

They are a health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk.

The affected batches are 200g 10-packs with a best before date of end of April 2021.

It’s unclear where these samosas are sold but some varieties are stocked in Iceland.

At Asda, company Tan Y Castell is recalling its chocolate chip griddles because of fears they could contain milk, which is not mentioned on the label.

Affected batches have six cakes per pack, a barcode of 5060001830018 and batch codes of 2805, 0306, 1106, 1406, 2506, 0207, 0807.

Iceland is recalling its '60 Crispy Chicken Dippers' because some packs may contain pieces of hard plastic

Iceland is recalling its '60 Crispy Chicken Dippers' because some packs may contain pieces of hard plastic

Iceland is recalling its ’60 Crispy Chicken Dippers’ because some packs may contain pieces of hard plastic

A batch of Denny black pudding, sold in Tesco stores in Northern Ireland, is being recalled over choking hazard fears as it may contain small pieces of blue plastic

A batch of Denny black pudding, sold in Tesco stores in Northern Ireland, is being recalled over choking hazard fears as it may contain small pieces of blue plastic

A batch of Denny black pudding, sold in Tesco stores in Northern Ireland, is being recalled over choking hazard fears as it may contain small pieces of blue plastic

Their best-before dates are: July 7 2019, July 13 2019, July 21 2019, July 24 2019, August 4 2019, August 11 2019, August 17 2019.

Yorkshire Provender is recalling its 600g pot of rustic vegetable broth with kale, lentils and quinoa soup, which is sold in Ocado, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose. 

The soup has a use-by date of July 8 and is being recalled because a ‘small number’ of pots have been packed with a different soup that contains milk, which is not declared on the packaging. 

Two products from company Heera are also being recalled by manufacturer P & B Foods Ltd.  

Leonidas Belgian chocolates have been recalled because they contain undeclared sesame seeds and nuts

Leonidas Belgian chocolates have been recalled because they contain undeclared sesame seeds and nuts

Leonidas Belgian chocolates have been recalled because they contain undeclared sesame seeds and nuts

Some packets of Shazans Pubjabi samosas, with Iceland stocking 12-pack versions, are also being recalled and have been found to wrongly include paneer tikka samosas, which contain milk that is not mentioned on the label

Some packets of Shazans Pubjabi samosas, with Iceland stocking 12-pack versions, are also being recalled and have been found to wrongly include paneer tikka samosas, which contain milk that is not mentioned on the label

Some packets of Shazans Pubjabi samosas, with Iceland stocking 12-pack versions, are also being recalled and have been found to wrongly include paneer tikka samosas, which contain milk that is not mentioned on the label

Batches of Heera chilli powder extra hot have been recalled because salmonella has been found in them. 

It’s unclear where the chilli was sold, but affected batches either come in six-pack of 1kg bags or 10-pack of 200g bags and a best before date of April 2021.

The company’s golden sultanas are also being recalled as they contain undeclared sulphur dioxide. 

Affected packs come in 10 kg, in three-packs of 5kg, in six-packs of 700g, in 20 packs of 250g, and in 20-packs of 100g.

Batches of Heera chilli powder extra hot have been recalled because salmonella has been found in them

Batches of Heera chilli powder extra hot have been recalled because salmonella has been found in them

The company's golden sultanas are also being recalled as they contain undeclared sulphur dioxide

The company's golden sultanas are also being recalled as they contain undeclared sulphur dioxide

Batches of Heera chilli powder extra hot have been recalled because salmonella has been found in them. The company’s golden sultanas are also being recalled as they contain undeclared sulphur dioxide

Yorkshire Provender is recalling its 600g pot of rustic vegetable broth with kale, lentils and quinoa soup, which is sold in Ocado, Sainsbury's and Waitrose. A 'small number' of pots have been packed with a different soup that contains milk, which is not declared on the packaging

Yorkshire Provender is recalling its 600g pot of rustic vegetable broth with kale, lentils and quinoa soup, which is sold in Ocado, Sainsbury's and Waitrose. A 'small number' of pots have been packed with a different soup that contains milk, which is not declared on the packaging

Yorkshire Provender is recalling its 600g pot of rustic vegetable broth with kale, lentils and quinoa soup, which is sold in Ocado, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose. A ‘small number’ of pots have been packed with a different soup that contains milk, which is not declared on the packaging

For pets, Homeland By Products Ltd has recalled three batches of frozen raw pet food because salmonella has been found

For pets, Homeland By Products Ltd has recalled three batches of frozen raw pet food because salmonella has been found

For pets, Homeland By Products Ltd has recalled three batches of frozen raw pet food because salmonella has been found

They have best before dates of April 30 2020 and October 31 2020. 

It is unknown where they are being sold.

For pets, Homeland By Products Ltd has recalled three batches of frozen raw pet food because salmonella has been found.

Affected batches are 500g packs of raw beef with a batch code of 1510, 500g packs of raw turkey with a batch code of 1513, and 500g packs of raw tripe with a batch code of 1518.

Windmill Organics Ltd is recalling its Organic Amisa lactose free rice milk chocolate rice cakes - because they contain undisclosed milk

Windmill Organics Ltd is recalling its Organic Amisa lactose free rice milk chocolate rice cakes - because they contain undisclosed milk

At Asda, company Tan Y Castell is recalling its chocolate chip griddles because of fears they could contain milk, which is not mentioned on the label

At Asda, company Tan Y Castell is recalling its chocolate chip griddles because of fears they could contain milk, which is not mentioned on the label

Windmill Organics Ltd is recalling its Organic Amisa lactose free rice milk chocolate rice cakes – because they contain undisclosed milk. At Asda, company Tan Y Castell is recalling its chocolate chip griddles because of fears they could contain milk, which is not mentioned on the label

They all have best before dates of May 2021. 

Leonidas Belgian chocolates have been recalled because they contain undeclared sesame seeds and nuts. 

It’s unclear where the popular choclates are being sold exactly, but affected batches come in 375g, 500g, and 1kg boxes.

Finally, company Windmill Organics Ltd is recalling its Organic Amisa lactose free rice milk chocolate rice cakes – because they contain undisclosed milk. 

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