Aldi and Lidl shoppers have been issued an urgent warning not to eat certain ice cream and cheese product lines. Both supermarkets have issued product recalls due to health concerns.
Lidl mentions shredded cheddar cheese simply because it “may contain small pieces of plastic”. She said the possibility of plastics in the cheese made it unsafe to eat.
The recall has been issued for all 500-gram packages with a best-in-by date of December 23. Lidl apologized for the release, saying: “If you have purchased the above product, we advise you not to take it.
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Alternatively, return it to a Lidl GB store for a full refund, with or without a receipt. Minor other products and dates prior to this return are not affected by this return. Lidl GB would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Aldi is recalling Gianni’s Milk Chocolate Lollies because they may contain nuts not listed on the label. There are concerns that there may be traces of almonds in the ice cream.
The supermarket said: “As a result of a packaging error, some packages were incorrectly filled with Gianni’s Almond Lollies. This means that the product presents a health risk to anyone allergic to almonds (nuts). This issue only affects products sold in a number of Limited from ALDI stores in the Midlands.
A recall has been issued for all four packages of Gianni’s Milk Chocolate Lollies with a best-by-September 2024 deadline. Aldi has been advised to contact relevant allergy support organizations, which will notify their members about the recall.
The company also issued a point-of-sale notice to its customers. Anyone who purchased the affected product is urged not to eat it and instead return it to the store where they purchased it to claim a full refund.