janvier 29, 2022

7seizh

Dernières nouvelles et nouvelles du monde de 7 Seizh sur les affaires, les sports et la culture. Nouvelles vidéo. Nouvelles des États-Unis, d'Europe, d'Asie-Pacifique, d'Afrique, du Moyen-Orient, d'Amérique.

Tesco, Lidl and other stores issue emergency safety recalls for products sold throughout Ireland

Safety recalls have been issued on food products sold across Ireland in a number of stores in recent days.

Tesco, Lidl and Boots are among the retailers affected by the recall notices.

Customers were advised not to consume affected products, and point-of-sale notifications were displayed.

Here is a full list of the products that have been returned:

Tesco

Tesco Ireland recalled some of its brand nutritional supplements due to the presence of a pesticide.

Products include Pregnancy Support, Menopause Support, High Strength Vitamin B Complex, Turmeric and Vitamin D Supplements.

The supermarket giant is removing items from its shelves after determining the presence of chloroethanol, a known reaction product of ethylene oxide, in the products.

Ethylene oxide is a pesticide that is not permitted for use in foods sold in the European Union but has been approved for use by other countries outside the European Union.

Products withdrawn

The Irish Food Safety Authority issued the warning on Friday.

She said that although consumption of a contaminated product does not pose an acute health risk, there are increased risks if the contaminated food continues to be consumed over a long period of time.

Therefore, exposure to this substance should be minimized.

Point-of-sale redemption notices will be displayed in the respective Tesco stores with the respective batches.

See the table below for the affected batches that have been recalled.

Collections of products have been withdrawn.

Lidl

An urgent recall alert has been issued to Lidl customers in Ireland after salmonella was discovered in a range of products.

READ  Web Summit co-founder sued over an alleged $10 million loss related to the venture fund

The supermarket giant is telling people not to eat a certain range of fancy stuffed dates due to food safety concerns.

The Irish Food Safety Authority issued the warning on Tuesday.

According to the FSAI, symptoms in people infected with salmonella usually appear between 12 and 36 hours after infection, but can range from six to 72 hours.

The most common symptom is diarrhoea, which can sometimes be bloody.

Other symptoms may include fever, headache, and abdominal cramps, and the illness usually lasts for four to seven days.

Lidl remembers a bunch of fancy stuffed dates.
Lidl remembers a bunch of fancy stuffed dates.

Diarrhea can sometimes be severe enough to require hospitalization and older adults, infants, and people with weakened immune systems are at greater risk of becoming seriously ill.

The Deluxe stuffed dates being called by Lidl have a package size of 240g, batch code 21301/196 and the best date before January 21, 2022.

Consumers are advised not to eat the lot involved and point-of-sale refund notices will be displayed in Lidl stores with the products included.

shoes

Boots is recalling 31 products from its Irish stores due to safety concerns.

The items are nutritional supplements including food, pregnancy, breast-feeding and pregnancy supplements, as well as a variety of vitamins.

The pharmacy chain is removing products from its stores due to the presence of a substance that reacts with pesticides.

2-chloroethanol, a known reaction product of ethylene oxide, was detected in the products.

Ethylene oxide is a pesticide that is not permitted for use in foods sold in the European Union, but has been approved for use by other countries outside the European Union.

READ  Bright faces skyrocketing prices as energy costs continue to rise

Shoes call for dozens of their accessories.
Shoes call for dozens of their accessories.

Ireland’s Food Safety Authority issued the warning on Thursday.

She said that although consumption of a contaminated product does not pose an acute health risk, there are increased risks if contaminated food continues to be consumed over a long period of time.

Therefore, exposure to this substance should be minimized.

Point-of-sale refund notices will be displayed in Boots with Payment Included stores across Ireland.