Tesco issues urgent food recall warning on baby food, ice cream and more – full list

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Supermarkets will share food recalls when a product may pose a health or safety risk. Tesco has issued warnings on a range of food items.

The retailer has a number of ongoing warnings for those who have been shopping in stores.

Tesco Cottage Pie baby food

The pie has been recalled as some batches may contain small pieces of blue plastic.

This could pose a safety risk for consumers and shoppers are urged to check for the affected batches.

They can return 190 gram packs with the best before date June 12, 2022 to stores for a full refund.

Eat Real white cheddar quinoa puffs

The snack is also sold in Morrisons and has been recalled due to undeclared milk.

A Tesco statement said: “Eat Real is recalling certain batches of their white cheddar quinoa puffs. This is because they may contain milk which isn’t stated on the packaging.”

Customers with an allergy or intolerance to milk can return the products to stores.

All batches with best before dates up to and including May 22 are affected.

Tesco Free From Toffee & Vanilla Cones

The supermarket has an ongoing recall for the sweet snack.

The recall has been issued because small batches contain milk which is not listed on the ingredient list.

This could cause a health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents.

The packs affected have the best before date of end of July 2022 and batch codes L10233L1.

Tesco stated: “We are recalling packs of Tesco Free From Toffee & Vanilla Cones 4x110ml, with a best before end date of 07/2022.

“This is because they may contain milk, which is not declared on the packaging.”

Anyone who has bought the product – or any of the items being recalled – can return them to stores.

They will be given a full refund, with or without a receipt.

“If you have an allergy or intolerance to milk, or follow a vegan diet, do not eat the affected product,” the statement continued.

“Instead, return it to a Tesco store where a full refund will be given. No receipt is required.”

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