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Saki Snacks Almonds Ground withdrawn again

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Saki Snacks Ltd have withdrawn from sale another batch of Saki Snacks Almonds Ground because it contains peanut protein which is not mentioned on the label.  As a result of this oversight, Saki Snacks Almonds Ground pose a very real danger to nut allergy sufferers.

Readers of our Blog will know that this is not the first batch of Saki Snacks Almonds Ground which has been withdrawn from sale for this exact same reason.  Back in August 2014 we blogged about Saki Snacks Almonds Ground and you can read that Blog here.

Which Product Has Been Recalled?

Product name: Saki Snacks Almonds Ground
Pack size: 200g
Batch codes: 1923 P 140525 F
‘Best before’ end: September 2015

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Is Your Saki Snacks Almonds Ground Affected?

If you are a nut allergy sufferer you should immediately check your packet and check if the best before date is September 2015.  If you have an affected batch of Saki Snacks Almonds Ground, is it is likely to contact peanut traces which could cause a significant nut allergy reaction.

Why The Recall?

Reports have been made that nut traces have been included in the product but that the packaging does not mention this which poses an obvious risk to nut allergy sufferers.

If Your Saki Snacks Almonds Ground is Affected What Should You Do?

Do not to eat it but return it unopened for a full refund to:

Saki Snacks Ltd

14 Wadsworth Close




Are Consumers Protected?

The Consumer Protection Act 1987 and Sale of Goods Act 1979 protect customers.

What Do The Specialists Say?

David Healey from Carter & Carter Solicitors in Stockport commented on the Saki Snacks Almonds Ground recall:

“If you are a nut allergy sufferer and have purchased this product, check whether it is from the affected batch as soon as you can.  If you have suffered an unexplained allergic reaction after using these Saki Snacks Almonds Ground or are worried that you may have swallowed some of this product despite being a nut allergy sufferer, you should get in touch with Carter & Carter Solicitors as quickly as possible.”

You can find more information on the Food Standards Agency website.

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