Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email From Co-op to Porsche - household names have been issuing alerts to consumers over the past week. Everything from beetroot to baby carriers have been flagged up as potential hazards in the past few days.
So we've got all the details you'll need to stay safe - and hopefully get your money back too. Various sweets and cakes The Food Standards Agency says Sweetland Ltd is recalling various sweet and cake products because they have been produced in unhygienic conditions. Mixed Backlawa, g, g, g, best before 26 June to 10 July ; Mixed Mamoualla, g, g, best before 26 June to 10 July ; Barizik, g, g, g, best before 26 June to 10 July ; Ghaybeh, g, g, g, best before 26 June to 10 July ; and Bamia, g, g, g, best before 26 June to 10 July If you have bought any of the above products do not eat them.
Instead, return to the store from where they were bought for a full refund. Sliced Beetroot Sainsbury's Sliced Beetroot could contain small pieces of glass, which makes this product unsafe to eat.
The g jars best before August , batch code LN, item code , have been taken off sale. Take it back to the supermarket for a refund if you have it. Anyone with an allergy could become unwell if they eat it. The following ml packs are affected: Return them to stores for a full refund. Breaded Cod Fillets Co-op has taken Breaded Cod Fillets off sale because some packs may have been incorrectly packed with battered fillets.
These contain mustard and milk which are not mentioned on the label - so are a health risk to people with intolerances. The g packs dated use by April 2 are affected. Do not eat it. Instead return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.
Fluke Socket Tester In certain test conditions, there is a potential that metallic parts of the socket being tested could become live, posing a risk of electric shock to the user. The affected product was offered for sale between March 8, , and January 23, If you have purchased this product, please stop using it immediately.
To receive a refund, return the item to your local Screwfix Trade Counter where you will be given a refund to the full value of your purchase. If you require further information, please email recall screwfix. WAPG, blue model, has wheels an axles that may come loose. These small parts could pose a choking hazard for infants and small children.
The putty, which comes with googly eyes, contains a magnet which is a small part and has a high magnetic flux, says the European Commission. If a child swallows the small magnet and other metallic objects, they could attract one another causing intestinal blockage or perforation.
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If you have pre-booked a buggy, you must provide a full and valid UK driving license an in date photo card will suffice , this must be made available on collection of your buggy. For example, Tesco Bank offers credit cards, loans, mortgages, savings accounts and several types of insurance. To pre book additional towel packs please log in to your booking online, simply access Manage Your Booking and supply your confirmation number and email address.
The products were on sale between September and March The affected products are: Please do not allow children to operate these doors. Empire Biscuits Nevis Bakery is recalling Empire Biscuits because they contain egg which is not mentioned on the label.
This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance. Empire Biscuit g packs best before April 2 to July 2, batches to , are affected.
Return it for a full refund if you have one - don't eat it. There is a likelihood the fire extinguisher will not work as the nozzle may be blocked due to an injection moulding error. Return your product to store immediately for replacement or refund. For any queries contact the support line on or email sales fxfire.
Refunds will be issued to customers at stores. The g packs best before May 5, , are a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to sesame. If you have bought the above product and have an allergy to sesame, do not eat it. Instead return it to the store from where it was bought. If you have purchased one of the recalled vehicles please stop using it and return it to the supermarket where a full refund will be given.
No receipt is required. If you require further details, contact Tesco Customer Services directly on A defect can cause the clips to fail and poses a risk to the user of the product. Stop using the item immediately and call with a proof of purchase for a refund. Consumers who registered their RumbleSeats will automatically receive RumbleSeat adapters. My First Keys toy Mothercare is undertaking a voluntary recall of its My First Keys toys due to a risk of the battery compartment coming off and exposing the button cell battery.
This toy was sold in Mothercare stores and on the Mothercare website from June to April Product code and style number MG are affected with a batch code of , and are affected.
If you own one of these toys please stop using it immediately and return your product to a Mothercare store where a full refund will be given. If you have any queries contact Mothercare via email on product. If you have purchased one of the cots, contact the customer helpline on Dualfix child car seat Britax Roemer has issued a voluntary recall of certain classic Dualfix child car seats due to a potential safety issue with a component in these seats.
This potentially affected component was used in production batches sold between November 3 and March 22 Like us on Facebook.
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