Food recall: Jelly sweets and protein balls recalled over choking and allergy hazards12/28/2020
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Nudie Snacks Salted Caramel Protein Balls have been recalled due to an allergy concern. Meanwhile, children jelly-based sweets Achachi Jelly Cups have been recalled over safety concerns.
Here are the items which have been recalled and information for customers who may have purchased either:
Nudie Snacks Salted Caramel Protein Balls
Nudie Snacks Salted Caramel Protein Balls, created by, Buchanan Distribution Ltd, are being recalled over allergy concerns.
The healthy sweet treat alternative is being revoked over the possible inclusion of milk.
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According to the brand, a small number of packs may contain the “presence of milk” which is not declared on the packaging.
The protein balls are also advertised as vegan, therefore the milk inclusion may present a concern for those who avoid animal products.
This could pose a potential health risk to anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk constituents.
The affected products are all labelled with the use-by of January 2021.
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Customers who have purchased Nudie Snacks Salted Caramel Brownie Protein Balls will be given a full refund.
They do not need to present a receipt.
Simply contact Nude Snacks at their email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information, the Nudie Snacks’ customer relations team are also available to speak to.
Nudie Snacks Salted Caramel Protein Balls can be purchased from stores including Asda, Holland and Barrett, Whole Foods, Primark and Aldi.
Achachi Jelly Cups
Yekta Foods is recalling jelly-based sweets Achachi Jelly Cups over concerns of a choking hazard.
This is because the products contain carrageenan which is not permitted as an ingredient in jelly confectionery products as it presents a choking hazard. The firm has warned consumers may have purchased the jelly cups individually meaning items will not include a batch code or best before date.
Therefore all batch codes and all best before dates are eligible to be returned as part of the recall.
A risk statement explains: “The product contains carrageenan which can present a choking hazard due to the consistency, solubility, shape and size and manner of consumption of the food.
“The product can be projected from the cup or capsule in one piece by exerting pressure at the tip and therefore can cause choking hazard.”
Yekta Foods has recalled the product, with point of sale notices now displayed in retail stores which sell Achachi Jelly Cups.
Customers are warned not to eat the sweets and to return them to the store whether they were purchased.
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