Tesco Indian Meals recalled over Fears for Nut Allergy Sufferers
Tescos have had to recall one of their Indian Takeaway Meals because of inaccurate labelling and to prevent serious health repercussions for Nut Allergy Sufferers.
Tesco ready meals recalled over Serious Risk for Nut Allergy Sufferers.
Tesco has taken action to recall their Takeaway Hot Indian Meal for 2 as there are Cashew Nuts in the meal which are not specified within the labelling.
It appears that the Hot Indian Meal for 2 have been mispacked with Chicken Korma which contains cashew nuts yet there is no warning on the outer packaging.
It clear to see that the products labelling represents a serious health risk for anyone with a nut allergy.
Please see here for full details of the recall from the Foods Standard Agency.
Tesco Takeaway Hot Indian Meal for Two
Pack size: 1.67 kg
Use-by date: 19 October 2019
Tesco’s Advice to Consumers?
If you have a nut allergy then do not consume the product but instead return it to the store where it was purchased and receive a full refund.
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