Recall of Aunt Bessie’s Crispy Whole Onion Rings due to possible presence of undeclared egg and milk
Birds Eye is recalling Aunt Bessie’s Crispy Whole Onion Rings because it may contain egg and milk which are not mentioned on the label
The Food Standards Agency and The Food Standards Scotland have posted on their site a recall notice by Birds Eye about Aunt Bessie’s Crispy Whole Onion Rings. The problem is about the possible presence of egg and/or milk which have not been declared on the packaging, making it a possible health risk to anyone with an allergy or intolerance to egg and/or milk.
If you have bought Aunt Bessie’s Crispy Whole Onion Rings and you are allergic to egg and/or milk, check the Batch Code and Best before date: if they coincide with the recalled product, do not consume it. Instead, cut the packaging which shows the batch code, and post this and your contact details to the address Birds Eye Limited Freepost, ADM3939, London, SW1A 1 YS. For any further questions, contact Birds Eye UK Freephone hotline on 0800 088 5573 or via www.birdseye.co.uk/contact-us. The Batch code and Best before date can be found at the back of the bag.
Here the data of the recalled products:
Aunt Bessie’s Crispy Whole Onion
- Pack size: 375g
- Batch code: L3037
- Best before: August 2024
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