Product Recall: These Noodles Have Been Recalled Due to Health Risk
Product Recall: These Noodles Have Been Recalled Due to Health Risk
Product Recall: These Noodles Have Been Recalled Due to Health Risk
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Product recall: these noodles have been recalled due to health risk

By Alex Schrute

Tees Ltd has recalled several of their instant noodle products due to incorrect allergy labelling.

Tees Ltd has recalled a number of its instant noodle products due to the packaging featuring incorrect allergy information. The noodles contain soya which was not mentioned on the label. These products are therefore a potential health risk to anybody with a soya allergy.

The products affected by the recall are PRAN Noodles Easy Instant Noodle Cup in Special Chicken (Gusto Pollo), Vegetable, Beef and Masala flavours. All batches and all date codes of these noodles are affected by the recall. These noodles are sold in Poundstretcher stores only.

What should I do if I bought these noodles?

If you bought any of these noodles and are allergic to soya, you should not eat them. Instead, you can return them to the store where you bought them for a full refund. You do not need to show your receipt in order to get the refund. For further details you can contact 0771 4959 823 or paul@tees.co.uk.

Food allergy alerts

If you, your child or another member of your family suffer from allergies to soya or another of the 14 most common allergens, you can register to receive free Allergy Alerts from Allergy UK. You’ll be notified of food allergy risks like mislabelling or cross-contamination as soon as they are reported.

These alerts are available for the 14 most common allergens. These are the ingredients that must by law be mentioned on food packaging or in menus. They are: celery, egg, lupin, molluscs, nuts, sesame, sulphites, crustaceans, fish, milk, mustard, peanuts, soya (soy) and wheat/gluten.


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