Tesco, Co-op and Iceland urge customers to return five products after URGENT recall

Customers are being urged to not eat the specified products, and should return it to their local store for a full refund

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Customers of Co-op, Tesco and Iceland are being warned over five products that have been urgently recalled as they have been deemed unfit for consumption.

Customers are being urged to not eat the specified products, and should return it to their local store for a full refund.

It is possible to return the product without a receipt in order to receive a full refund.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) usually outlines details as to why a product is being recalled, and instructions on what to do if you are an affected customer.

Here is a list of the products from Co-op, Tesco and Iceland that should not be eaten, and should be returned at the earliest convenient opportunity:

Iceland's diced chicken breasts have been deemed unsafe in some cases.
Iceland's diced chicken breasts have been deemed unsafe in some cases.

Co-op

Due to an unspecified allergen, Co-op's spaghetti rings have been removed from shelves.

The product contains celery, something that had not been mentioned anywhere on the label.

The item could therefore pose a health risk for anyone who is allergic to celery.

Customers who have bought the product and are unable to eat celery are being urged not to consume the spaghetti and instead return it to their local store for a full refund.

You can phone Co-op's customer care line on 0800 0686 727 or email them at [email protected] for concerns and queries.

The product details to look out for are as follows:

Co-op Spaghetti Rings in Tomato Sauce

  • Pack size: 385 g
  • Best-before date: September 2024
  • Allergen: celery

Iceland

Iceland's diced chicken breasts may contain uncooked chicken in some packets.

Raw, uncooked chicken poses a health risk due to the fact that it could lead to salmonella food poisoning.

The product details are as follows:

Iceland Ready Cooked Diced Chicken Breast

  • Pack size: 800 g
  • Best-before date: 17 June 2023

Tesco

The supermarket has pulled some of their whey protein powders from the shelves.

Tesco's whey protein powders have provided a cause for concern.
Tesco's whey protein powders have provided a cause for concern.

Tesco harbour concerns over their Tesco Active Strawberry Flavoured Whey Protein and Active Chocolate Fudge Flavoured Whey Protein, as they may contain metal.

Here are all of the product details:

Tesco Active Strawberry Flavoured Whey Protein

  • Pack size: 500 g
  • Batch code: 1049765 13
  • Best-before date: 31 May 2024

Tesco Active Strawberry Flavoured Whey Protein

  • Pack size: 500 g
  • Batch code: 1050673 09, 1050673 10 and 1050673 11
  • Best-before date: 31 August 2024

Tesco Active Chocolate Fudge Flavoured Whey Protein

  • Pack size: 500 g
  • Batch codes: 1049767 10 and 1049767 11
  • Best-before date: 31 May 2024