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A number of items are currently being recalled at major supermarkets over health concerns.

The affected products, which include fruit bars and paella, have been pulled as a precaution.

Health officials have deemed them unsafe for consumption due to a number of potential issues.

The items have however previously been on sale at major retailers including Tesco, Lidl and Amazon.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has warned of the possible safety risks of such affected items.

Customers who have purchased the products should contact the manufacturer to request a refund.

So which items are part of the latest recall? Here’s everything you should know.

SPAR paella

SPAR is recalling its Chicken and Prawn paella (600g) because of several undeclared allergens.

The item contains fish, molluscs, milk and wheat (gluten) which aren’t mentioned on the label.

This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with allergies to such ingredients.

The affected batch has a lot number 0105 and all best before dates in October 2021 are involved.

The Ultimate Muesli containing Brazil nuts is being recalled as a precautionary measure this month.

Rude Health Food Ltd has explained that affected batches of the product may contain salmonella.

This unsurprisingly poses a potential health risk to consumers and is the reason for the ongoing recall.

The affected batch (500g) has various best before dates which are as follows:

The product has been sold at retailers including Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Amazon and Ocado.

The Paleo Foods Co. is recalling its Cocoa & Hazelnut Grain-Free Granola containing Brazil nuts product.

The affected batches may contain salmonella which poses a possible health risk to consumers.

There are two varieties of packs affected by the recall which are as follows:

Paleo Foods Cocoa & Hazelnut Grain-Free Granola (6 x 285g pack)

Affected batches have best before dates between August and November 2020 or January and March 2021.

The products have previously been sold at retailers including Holland & Barrett, Amazon and Ocado.

Brazil nuts products

Hand2Mouth Ltd is recalling various products containing Brazil nuts because they may contain salmonella.

The recall involves two different brands of fruit and nut bars, including a number of multipack varieties.

The first affected product is the Eat Natural fruit & nut bar brazil & sultana with peanuts and almonds.

Customers should note that the following varieties of this product are affected by the recall:

The 50g bar with a best before date between August 2020 and June 2021

The 4 x 35g multipack with a best before date between August 2020 and June 2021

The 3 x 50g multipack with a best before date between August 2020 and June 2021

The 12 x 50g counter pack with a best before date between August 2020 and June 2021

The 20 x 50g assorted mix pack with a best before date between August 2020 and June 2021

The other product in this recall is the HEMA Natural Bar Fruit & Nut – both the 50g bar and 16 x 50g pack.

The affected best before dates, for both of those products, are as follows:

The products are sold by retailers including Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Waitrose.

Chocolate Muesli

Lidl is recalling its Deluxe Chocolate Muesli Bar with Brazils and Cranberries.

The FSA has explained that this is linked to both the Paleo Foods Co. and Hand2Mouth Ltd recalls.

The products therefore may contain salmonella which poses a potenial health risk to customers.

The affected batch is the variety of the product which comes in a 3 x 45g pack.

The items have best before dates between August and December 2020 or January and April 2021.

Holland & Barrett is recalling its Super Hair Food Supplement 60 Coated Tablets 1 A Day Formula.

This is because it contains soya which isn’t mentioned on the label of the product.

It means that supplement poses a possible health risk with an allergy to such an ingredient.

The affected item has a best before date of February or March 2023 and one of the following batch codes:

This product is not known to have been sold at any other retailer than Holland & Barrett.

This content was originally published here.

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