Do not consumeshoppers warned
Sainsbury Supermarkets (J Sainsbury PLC) have recalled two products.
Jars of Sainsbury beetroot 304g, are recalled because of possible glass contamination.
Sainsbury say the danger is confined to batches marked L318N 1737, with a best before date of August 2019.
Pet food, for dogs and cats, in pouches weighing 100g, are recalled because of excessive amounts of vitamin D.
Sainsbury says all dates and all batch numbers are effected:-
The Food Standards Agency stated, what Sainsbury withheld,
Over a longer period of feeding with excessive levels of vitamin
D, symptoms can vary, but may include lethargy, stiffness, vomiting, diarrhoea
or excessive urination (polyuria).
The Food Safety Agency will send you free alerts by mobile phone text message and/or by email.
Regrettably, certainly in Slough, both Sainsbury and Lidl fail to conspicuously display product recall notices.
Any notices, they do display, are not seen by all customers entering their supermarkets and are soon removed.
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