Posted: Tue 12th Jul 2016

Updated: Sun 1st Jan

Tesco and Sainsbury’s recall some of their canned pasta products

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jul 12th, 2016

Sainsbury’s and Tesco are recalling some of their canned pasta products as they may contain pieces of rubber.

These products were all manufactured by Noliko N.V in Belgium.

This means these products are a possible risk to health say the Food Standards Agency, (FSA)

Product details:
Product: by Sainsbury’s Beef Ravioli in Tomato Sauce
Product code: 121811
Pack size: 400g
‘Best before’ end: January 2019


Product: by Sainsbury’s Macaroni Cheese
Product code: 125901
Pack size: 410g
‘Best before’ end: January 2019

Product: Tesco Beef Ravioli
Product batch codes: LB3048 81724C, LB3049 81724C
Pack size: 400g
‘Best before’ end: December 2018

Product: Tesco Everyday Value Beef Ravioli
Product batch code: LA146 84824C
Pack size: 400g
‘Best before’ end: April 2019
If you have bought any of the above products, do not eat it say the FSA Instead, contact the store from where it was bought for a full refund.

No other Sainsbury’s and Tesco products or batches are known to be affected.

 



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